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NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 







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HAND-BOOK 



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DIRECTORY 



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NAPA, LAKE, 
SONOMA and MENDOCINO 

COUNTIES, 

Including a Map of each County, 



ALSO 



a list of the post-offices of the pacific coast; wells, fargo & co. s offices; money order 

offices; rates of domestic and foreign postage; senatorial districts of the state 

of California; marine distances; railroad distances between points east 

and west; the states of the union, with their capitals, population 

in 1870, AND AREA in square miles ; EXPIRATION OF governors' 

terms; time of meeting of legislatures, etc., etc. 






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By L. L, PAULSON, 

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PREFACE 



TN compiling the Hand-Book and Directory of Napa, 

Lake, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, I have endeav- 
ored to obtain and give the correct name and residence 
of all permanent inhabitants, noting occupation, location, 
and postoffice address of each. 

Much care has been used in obtaining the statistical in- 
formation, and yet it has been impossible to avoid all 
errors. These, however, are comparatively few, and will 
lead to still more thorough and careful work hereafter. 

In order to make my work equally acceptable to the 
merchant and farmer, the resident and the tourist, I 
have added a complete description of each County, City, 
Town, Village, Hamlet and Farming Centre; also of the 
Watering Places and all points of natural attraction. For 
the tourist and invalid who may visit California for pleas- 
ure, or for sanitary reasons, this feature of my book, I 
am convinced, will be of great utility. 

I desire also to inform the public that this work is but 
the initial number of a series which will form, when com- 
plete, a Hand-Book and Directory of the State, engrossing 
the names of all residents. 

I hope to have the support and patronage of the public 
in this undertaking, and shall always strive to merit it by 
making my publications valuable through their complete- 
ness and reliability. 

THE PUBLISHER. 



CONTENTS. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



DESCKIPTIYE 



OF NAPA CO 

« LAKE " 

" SONOMA CO 

» MENDOCINO CO. 



PAGE. 

1 

53 

87 

201 



MAP OF NAPA COUNTY *1 

« « LAKE " *52 

« " SONOMA COUNTY *86 

" " MENDOCINO COUNTY *200 

KESIDENTS OF NAPA CO 25 

« » LAKE " 73 

" " SONOMA CO 145 

« " MENDOCINO CO 249 

POPULATION OF NAPA CO 8 

« " LAKE CO 60 

" " SONOMA CO 96 

« MENDOCINO CO 207 

MAEINE DISTANCES xvi. 

POST OFFICES i ) 

WELLS, FARGO & CO'S OFFICES [ ix.-xii. 

MONEY ORDER OFFICES J 

POSTAGE RATES, Domestic and 

Foreign xii.-xiv. 

POPULATION OF THE WORLD xv. 

RAILROAD DISTANCES between 

points East and West xvi. 

SENATORIAL DIST'S OF STATE.... xv. 

STATES OF THE UNION ~] 

CAPITALS 

POPULATION I 

AREA IN MILES ' 

GOVERNORS' TERMS EXPIRE... 
TIME OF ELECTION 



INDEX TO NAPA COUNTY ADVER- 
TISEMENTS. 

PAGE. 

ALLEN, PARKS & KIMBALL, Hardware.. 18 

BADDELEY BROS., Hall Proprietors 13 

BEACH, A. B., Variety Store 22 

BITTERS, HERVEY, Hotel ,. 11 

BOGGS, W. M., Real Estate 22 

BOGGS, G. V., Contractor 17 

CLARK, H. J., Blacksmith 23 

DALY & EISEN, Architects 17 

DAVIS, DR. C. E., Physician 14 

DOOR & BRINKMAN, Tobacconists 22 

FERNBACH & CO., Merchandise 24 

FISHER, W. T., Livery Stable 15 

FRANCIS & GARDNER, Pub's N. Register.. 20 

GILES, JAMES, Furnituie 23 

HARTSON, C, Bank of Napa 10 

GOODMAN, JAS. H. & CO., Bankers 96 

HEATON & BROWNRIDGE, Milliners 51 

HEYMANN, E., Hotel 24 

HODDY, O. P., Pub. Calistoga Free Press .... 16 
HOGAN, J. S., Hotel *xvi 



HORSTMEYER, H. C, Commission Mer 10 

JACKSON, J. A., M. Shop & Lum. Dealer, cover. 

JAENSCH, WM M Merchandise 22 

JONASSON & FRIEDLANDER, Dry Goods 24 
JONASSON & FRIEDLANDER, (German)*160 
KENDIG, DANIEL, Carriage Manufacturer... 12 

KRUG, CHARLES, Vintner *161 

LANE, DR. C. S., Dentist 24 

MANUEL, GEO. W., Manf. Ag'l Implem'ts*161 

MICHAEL, DR. W. M., Physician. 14 

MOODY, ULRICH & SMITH, Hardware 19 

PARKS & WOOD, Harness Manufacturers 51 

POND, J. E., Attorney *161 

POTTER, J. C, Pat. Plow 10 

REDINGTON QUICKSILVER MINE *33 

SAWYER, B. F. & CO., Tanners *161 

SHAFER, Monuments, Etc 23 

SHERWOOD, M. F., Harness 23 

THOMPSON, R. S., Berkshire Swine 17 

THOMPSON, JAS. M., Orchard & Nursery... 96 

TUTTLE, J. T., Music 17 

UTTING, A. A. R., Pub. Napa Reporter 21 

ZUBRICK & KIEFER, Grocers 52 



INDEX TO LAKE COUNTY ADVER- 
TISEMENTS. 

PAGE. 

ALLISON T., Mineral Spring *160 

ARMSTRONG, MRS. E., Milliner 85 

BACCUS JR., J. B., Pub. Lake Co. Bee 66 

BOLE, E. B., Nursery *65 

BREWSTER, R. E., G. W. Q. Mining Co *72 

BROAD WELL & BASSETT, Cobb Valley 

Summer Resort 63 

BROWN & LONG, Bartlett Min. Springs 71 

COOK & McCONATHY, Merchants 65 

COPSEY, C. C, Copsey Min. Springs *73 

FOX, S., Livery Stable #81 

GRAHAM & McCRAY, Livery Stable and 

Stage Line .*80 

GREENE, W. W., Hotel *65 

HAGANS & SMITH, Stage Line 69 

LING, T. A., Highland Min. Spring 64 

MARTIN, J. H., Books, etc 86 

PEARSON, J. W., Pearson Mineral Spring.... 70 

ROBBE, J. B., Blacksmith *65 

SCUDAMORE, REYNOLDS & CO., Drugs 

and Merchandise 86 

SLOTTERBEK, C, Gun Maker 86 

SOUTHER, C. N., Hotel *65 

TAYLOR, J. H., Hotel 86 

TOWLE, T. F., Hotel 67 

WALL, B., Hotel 72 

WILLIAMS, R., Harbin Hot Sulphur Springs 68 
YOUNG, C. M., Livery Stable 62 



INDEX TO SONOMA COUNTY 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 

PAGE. 

BEACOM, THOMAS, Hotel 114 

BOSTWICK, N. W., Livery Stable 132 

BOUTON, A., Orchard and Nursery 139 

BRENDEL, F. W., Restaurant 118 



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BUMPTTS, C. H., Architect 135 

BYRNE, JAMES, Hotel 105 

BYRON & MENIHAN, Hotel 102 

CALDWELL & READ, Dentists 114 

CARRUTHERS & CO., Flour Mill 137 

CHARLES, DR. E. W., Physician 110 

CLARK, JAS. P., Stage Lines .. 134 

COOPER, RICHARD, Climax Bee Hive 116 

DAVISSON, D. D., Real Estate 208 

DAVIS & WALKER, Livery Stable 104 

DeMARTIN, L., Hotel *144 

EVANS, C, Petrified Forest 140 

FARMER,^. T., Santa Rosa Bank 112 

FEESE, W. H., Cigars, etc 125 

FISHER & RAGAN, Marble Dealers 138 

FULTON BROS., Warehouse 118 

GARDNER, L. B., Jewelry 114 

GENTRY & MORRIS, Harness 142 

GERKHARDT,H. F., Hotel 103 

GIFFORD, F. M., Lumber Mill 124 

GILBRIDE, R., Hotel 123 

GILHAM, W. W.,Stage Line *144 

GWINN & BRAIN ARD, Harness 131 

BARTER & CO., Carriage Manufacturers 113 

HATCH, C. P., Machinist 143 

HEALD, J. G., Hotel 137 

HEALD & GUERNE, Lumber Mill 107 

HENRY Hotel 207 

HOLLY & MAGOON, Blacksmiths 123 

HOPKINS, C. W., Hotel 128 

HOWE, E. A., Hotel 113 

HOWELL, J. G. & S. S., Publishers Russian 

River Flag 127 

HUDSON, T. F., Drugs, Etc 125 

HUDSON & WARD, Lumber 135 

HUGHES, H. M., Hotel 98 

KELLY, A., Hotel 67 

KERNS & SHREWSBURY, Livery 101 

KING BROS., Livery 136 

KLEISER, J. A., Road-Making Machine 121 

KNAPP, A. H., Merchant 114 

KOWALSKY, E. H., Merchant 119 

LEFEBVRE, O. M., Hotel 123 

LONG, H., Hotel 124 

MAEDE, A., Boots and Shoes 120 

MARTIN, J. A., Stage Line 122 

MEEKER BROS., Lumber 119 

MISER, H. S., Contractor 125 

MORROW BROS., Hardware 108 

NAY, L. G. & CO., Planing Mill 124 

NICOLL, SMITH & SHULTE, Wag. Mfs... 207 

NILSON, P. F., Jewelry 135 

OVERTON, A. P., Sav. Bank 109 

PAYNE & KILLAN, Cheese Manuf's *144 

PEPPER, W. H. & G. B., Nurseries 106 

PERCIVAL, W. C, Flour Mill 110 

PETIT, A. P., Architect *153 

POE, E., Livery 144 

POWERS, D. P., Livery 118 

REEVES, G. M., Hotel 123 

ROSENTHAL, J., Stoves, Etc 129 

SCHIERHOLD, H., Cigars, Etc 137 

SIMPSON, J., Mineral Springs 115 

SMITH, W. T., Sulphur Springs *152 

STEVENS, J. W., Hay, Grain, Etc 113 

TERRY & TENNY, Furniture *144 

THOMPSON, T. L., Pub. Sonoma Democrat 141 
WESTON & SCUDDER, Pub's Pet. Argus.. 126 



WIEBERTS, G. J., Grocer 125 

WILLIAMS & McDONALL, Dry Goods 113 

WILLIS & SIMONS, Livery 99 

WILSON, W. L., Stage Line 115 

WINKLE, H., Vintner 137 

WHEELER, W. A., Pub. Santa Rosa Press 111 

WRIGHT, B. C, Hotel 117 

WRIGHT, DB. A. S., Physician 110 

YOUNG, G. W., Foundry *145 

ZARTMAN, WM. & CO., Carriage Manuf s 100 



INDEX TO MENDOCINO COUNTY 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 

PAGE. 

ANDERSON F., Hotel 234 

ARNOLD & CO., Livery Stable 230 

BAKER. H. W., Mineral Spring 270 

BARNETT, E., Merchandise 235 

BRANSFORD, G. W., Merchandise 233 

BROWN & TUTTLE, Hotel 214 

BRONZING, M., Brewery 236 

BRUNNER, F., Plumbing 243 

BYRNES, J.. Hotel 227 

CARLSON, J. E., Hotel 228 

CARRIGAN, J., Merchandise 218 

CHALFANT & CO., Merchandise 271 

CLEVELAND, W. J., Flouring Mill 238 

COATES, G. W., Hotel 241 

COOMBS & PERKINS, Merchandise 245 

ELLIS, J. M. & CO., Merchandise 272 

FISH, T. B., Hotel 239 

FORD, HEALD & CO., Merchandise 240 

GALVIN, M. J. C, Pub. West Coast Star.... 232 

GESSLER, F., Furniture 243 

GIBSON & ANDERSON, Merchandise 213 

GUNTLY, A., Merchandise 243 

HATCH, H. T., Lumber Mill 237 

HILDRETH, J. H., Hotel 247 

HOFMAN, H. & CO., Merchandise 215 

HOLLIDAY, W. F., Architect 224 

JAMISON, J. A., Stage Line 225 

LYNCH, MRS. B., Pub. Independent Dispatch 220 

McABEE, J., Hotel 246 

McCOWEN, G., Dentist 226 

McDOUALL, G., Drugs, Etc 229 

MONTGOMERY, A., Pub. Mend'o Dem 221 

MORSE, L. G., Attorney 239 

MURRAY, J. D., Drugs, Etc... 231 

NORAGER, C, Hotel 244 

NORRIS, H. M., Stage Line 216 

NORTON", H. L., Aqua VitaMin. Spring *248 

OVERMYER, Q. A., Stage Line 222 

PARTIN, MRS. M. A., Hotel 239 

PETERS, WM., Merchandise 239 

REEVES, T., Lumber Mill 209 

ROBINSON, C. D., Hotel 248 

SEVERANCE, H., Hotel 233 

SIMPSON & WHITE, Merchandise 210 

STEEN, WM., Wharf and Landing 272 

SULLIVAN, L. S., Hotel 223 

THOMPSON BROS., Variety Store 211 

TOMLINSON, W., Livery Stable 217 

WILLITS & JOHNSON, Merchandise 219 

WHITE, W. H., Tailor 242 

WHITNEY & NESTLER, Harness 212 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. *viii 


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INDEX TO SAN FRANCIS 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 

AT WOOD & BOD WELL, Wind Mill 

Manufacturers * 

BAKER, G. H., Engraving 


DO 

PAGK. 

32 & 190 
285 
294 
200 
374 
*160 
199 

Cover. 
290 

*272 

280&281 

i. 

ii. 

268 & 269 

189 

*160 

291 

283 

288 
276 
275 

278 

289 

296 

293 
*249 
272 
292 
284 
273 

*273 
279 

e Cover. 
277 

*64 
295 
284 
287 
*160 
282 
272 

286 
vi. 

>f Cover. 




BAKER & HAMILTON, Hardware, Etc 
BRYAN BEOS., American Ex. Hotel.... 

BURKHARDT, G., Boots and Shoes 

COHEN, DE 


CROSETT & CO., Employment Office.. 

FLAVIN, M. J., I. X. L. Auction 

House 


FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE- 
FRANCIS & VALENTINE, Printers.. 
GAREATT, W. T., Brass and Bell 

Foundry 

GOLDEN STATE IEON WOEKS 

GEOVER & BAKER SEW. MACH... 
HAWLEY, M. C. & CO., Ag. Imp's..* 

HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 

HODGE, J. G. & CO., W. Stationers 

HOME SEWING MACHINE 


. HUNTINGTON, F. A., Globe Iron 
Works 


JOHNSON, J. C. & CO., Wholesale 


JOHNSON & BEST, Office Furniture... 

KAYSER & BRO., Clothing 

KELLY & ANDREWS, Brooklyn 

Hotel 

KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO., 

Carriages, Etc 

LIDDLE & KAEDING, Sportsmens' 

Emporium.. 


LIN FORTH, KELLOGG & CO., Hard- 
ware and Agricultural Implements... 

MILLS & EVANS, Carriages, Etc 

MOORE, S. W. & CO., Seedsmen 

PACIFIC IRON WORKS 

PACIFIC SAW CO 


PATRIDGE, H. C, Internati'al Hotel 
PEARSON, HENRY H., Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 

PETTIT, T. J., Engraver 


REDINGTON, HOSTETER & CO., 

Wholesale Drugs, Etc Insic 

SLINKEY, J. E., Overland House 

SMITH, DR. BARLOW J., Hygienic 


STRAHLE & CO., JACOB, Bil. Tables 
SPAULDING, N. W., Circular Saws... 

TREAD WELL & CO., Ag. Imp's 

TRUMBULL, ROBERT J., Seedsman 
TUSTIN, W. J., Wind Mill Manuf'r.... 
VINCENT, SEVIN, Seedsman 


WATERHOUSE & LESTER, Hard- 
wood Lumber, Etc 

WEED SEWING MACHINE CO 

W T HEELER & WILSON SEWING 
MACHINE CO Inside Back < 



THE FULL SET OF WORKS WILL CONTAIN ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY 
THOUSAND NAMES. THE ONLY DIRECTORY EVER PUBLISHED ON THE 
PACIFIC COAST IN THE INTEREST OF AND AND UNDER THE PATRON- 
AGE OF THE FARMING COMMUNITY. 



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Farmers, and Laborers. A subscription is not necessary for the insertion of a name, as 
ALL Names will be given, whether parties become subscribers or not. 

Each name, Occupation, Business Location, Residence, and Town or Post Office 
Address, will be given in tabulated form, arranged under specific heads. 

There will be a portion allotted to a description and history of each county, 
enumerating its interests ; of each town, village and hamlet, as well as every valley 
of importance, with a map of each county. 

It will also contain a list of Post Offices of the Coast, "Wells, Fargo & Co's 
Offices, Money Order Offices, and Statistics, such as I may from time to time be 
enabled to obtain, which may be deemed useful to the general public. 

Every name is solicited personally by my agents, and errors are thus largely avoided. 

As an Advektising Medium this cannot be excelled. 

Obtaining a large circulation among the farmers, renders the patronage of 
interior merchants a matter of absolute certainty. The fact of their being represented 
makes the medium equally as valuable to the wholesaler. 

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



POST OFFICES OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 



€ounty-soats are printed in italics, the asterisk (*) denotes money order offices, and CAPITALS and italics 
indicate the location of Wells, Fargo & Co'a offices. 



California. 



Name. County. 

Acampo San Joaquin 

ALTA, Placer 

Aideuville. ~ Siskiyou 

Alameda. Alameda 

Alamo —Contra Costa 

ALBION Mendocino 

Alcatraz Saa Francisco 

Alexandria Merced 

Aleghany.„ Sierra 

Alma. Santa Clara 

ALTAMONT Alameda 

ALVA RADO Alameda 

ALVISO. Santa Clara 

AMADOR CITY Amador 

American Ranch Shasta 

ANAHEIM Los Angeles 

ANDERSON'S VAL...Mend'o 

ANGEL'S CAMP Calaveras 

Antelope. Yolo 

Anthony House Nevada 

•■'ANTIGCH Contra Costa 

Aptos. — Monterey 

ARCATA Humboldt 

Argusville Lassen 

Arroyo Grande S L Obispo 

Atlanta. San Joaquin 

*Aubwrn Placer 

BAKERSFIELD Kern 

Ballena. San Diego 

Bangor Butte 

Banner San Diego 

BANTA'S San Joaquin 

Bartlett Springs Lake 

BATAVIA Solano 

Bath Placer 

Battle Creek. Tehama 

BEAR VALLEY Mariposa 

Beckwith Plumas 

Bed Rock Klamath 

Bell's Bridge Shasta 

Bell Station Santa Clara 

BELMONT San Mateo 

-BENICIA Solano 

BENTON Mono 

BERENDO Fresno 

BERKELEY Alameda 

Bernardo San Diego 

Berry vale Siskiyou 

Bid well's Bar Butte 

Big Bar._ Trinity 

Big Dry Creek Fresno 

BIG OAK FLAT Tuolumne 

Big Pine Inyo 

Big Trees Calaveras 

BIGGS STATION Butte 

Big Valley Lassen 

Binghampton Solano 

BISHOP CREEK Mono 

Black Bear Klamath 

Black Point Marin 

BLACK DIAMOND C Costa 

Blanco Monterey 

BLOOMFIELD Sonoma 

BLUE CANYON Placer 

-'BOCA Nevada 

Bodega. Sonoma 

Boliuas Marin 

BORDEN Fresno 

Bottle Hill El Dorado 

Bridgeport Mono 

Brighton Sacramento 

Brooklyn Alameda 

Brown's Valley Yuba 

Brownsville Yuba 

Brush Ureek Butte 

Buchanan Fresno 

Buckeye Yolo 

Buck's Ranch Plumas 

Buena Vista Amador 

Bullard's Bar Yuba 

Bulliona Alpine 

Burgettville Shasta 

Burnett Santa Clara 

Burney Valley Shasta 

Burnt Ranch Trinity 

Burwood San Joaquin 

Butcher Ranch Placer 

Butte City Colusa 

Butte Valley Butte 

CACHE CREEK Yolo 

CAHTO Mendocino 

CALISTOGA Napa 

Callahan's Ranch Siskiyou 

CAMANCHE Calaveras 

CAMBRIA S Luis Obispo 

CAMP GRANT Humboldt 

CAMPOSECO Calaveras 



Campo San Diego 

-CAMPTONVILLE Yuba 

Capay Yolo 

Capell Napa 

Capistrano Los Angeles 

Cara 

Carpentaria Santa Barbara 

CASTRO VILLE Monterey 

Cedarville Siskiyou 

CENTRAL HOUSE Butte 

CENTERVILLE Alameda 

Ceres Stanislaus 

Cerro Gordo Inyo 

Cherokee Butte 

*CJIICO Butte 

Chili Calaveras 

CHINESE CAMP.. .Tuolumne 

Chino San Bernardino 

Chotawe San Luis Obispo 

Christine Mendocino 

Chrvsopolis Inyo 

CISCO Placer 

CLAIRVILLE Sonoma 

Clarksville El Dorado 

Clayton Contra Costa 

Clipper Gap Placer 

CLIPPER MILLS Butte 

CLOVERDALE Sonoma 

Coast Range Colusa 

Cocomongo S Bernardino 

Cold Spring El Dorado 

Coleville Mono 

COLFAX Placer 

College City Colusa 

Collegeville San Joaquin 

COLLINSVILLE Solano 

COLOMA El Dorado 

••'COLUMBIA Tuolumne 

* Colusa Colusa 

Compton Los Angeles 

Concord Contra Costa 

Conway's Landing Mend'o 

Coppervale Lassen 

COPPEROPOLIS Calaveras 

Cordelia Solano 

Cosumnes Sacramento 

Cottage City Colusa 

COTTONWOOD Tehama 

CO ULTERVILLE.... Mariposa 

CO URTLAND Sacramen to 

Covelo Mendocino 

Crescent City Del Norte 

CRESCENT MILLS.. .Plumas 

Crow's Landing Stanislaus 

Coffy's Cove Mendocino 

Danville Contra Costa 

DAVISVILLE Yolo 

Dayton Lassen 

Denverton Solano 

DIAMOND SPRINGS.. El Dor 

*DJXON Solano 

Dodgeville Sonoma 

Dougherty's Station.Alameda 

Douglas City Trinity 

Dorris Bridge Siskiyou 

Dover Merced 

: --Downieville Sierra 

*DUTCHFLAT Placer 

DUNCAN'S MILLS.. .Sonoma 

DRYTOWN Amador 

Dunne ville Monterey 

Durham Butte 

Eagleville Siskiyou 

Edendale Alameda 

Edgwood Siskiyou 

EL DORADO El Dorado 

Elk Creek Colusa 

ELK GROVE Sacramento 

Elliot San Joaquin 

ELLIS San Joaquin 

EL MONTE Los Angeles 

ELMIRA Solano 

EMIGRANT GAP Placer 

EMMATON Sacramento 

Emiuett Shasta 

En Cino Los Angeles 

Etna Mills Siskiyou 

'"•Eureka Humboldt 

Evergreen Santa Clara 

Fair Gap Sierra 

Fair Play El Dorado 

Fall River Mills Shasta 

False Cape Humboldt 

FARMINGTON...San Joaquin 

Felton Santa Cruz 

Ferndale Humboldt 

FIDDLETOWN Amador 

FIREBAUGH Fresno 

FIS HE RM AN 'S B AY... So a 'a 

Fish Springs Inyo 

FISK'S MILL Sonoma 



Florin Sacramento 

*FOLSOM Sacramento 

FORBESTOWN Butte 

FOREST CITY Sierra 

-'FOREST HILL Placer 

Forest Home Amador 

Forestville Sonoma 

Forks of Salmon Klamath 

Fort Bidwell Siskiyou 

Fort Jones Siskiyou 

Fourth Crossing Calaveras 

Franklin Sacramento 

Freeport Sacramento 

Freestone Sonoma 

FRENCH CORRAL.. .Nevada 

French Gulch Shasta 

FRESNO CITY Fresno 

Fresno Flats Fresno 

FULTON Sonoma 

Gabilan Monterey 

GALT Sacramento 

Garberville Humboldt 

Garrote Tuolumne 

Gas Jet Humboldt 

Gazelle Siskivou 

-GEORGETOWN.. .El Dorado 

*GIBSONVILLE Sierra 

*GILROY Santa Clara 

Gilroy Hot Springs S. Clara 

Glenbrook Lake 

Glen Ellen Sonoma 

Glen ville Kern 

Gold Run Placer 

Gonzalez Monterey 

Goodyear's Bar Sierra 

Goshen Tulare 

Grafton Yolo 

Grainland Butte 

Grand Island Colusa 

Graniteville.- Nevada 

'-GRASS VALLEY Nevada 

Gravelly Valley Lake 

GRAYSONVILLE ..Stanislaus 

Green Valley El Dorado 

GREENVILLE Plumas 

GREENWOOD El Dorado 

GRIDLEY Butte 

Grizzly Bear House Placer 

Grizzly Flat El Dorado 

GAUDALOUPE....San Luis Ob 

GUALALA Mendocino 

GUENOC Lake 

GUERNEVILLE Sonoma 

Gwin Mine Calaveras 

Half Moon Bay San Mateo 

Hanson ville Yuba 

Happy Camp Del Norte 

HARRISBURG Alameda 

Havilah Kern« 

Hay Fork Trinity 

Havden Lassen 

HAYWOOD Alameda 

-HEALDSBURG Sonoma 

Henley Siskiyou 

Henley ville Tehama 

Hermitage Mendocino 

Hicksville Sacramento 

HILL'S FERRY Stanislaus 

Hite's Cove Mariposa 

HOLLISTER Monterey 

Honcut Yuba 

Howland Flat 

Hoopa Valley Klamath 

Hopeton Merced 

Hope Valley Alpine 

HORNITOS Mariposa 

Horr's Ranch Stanislaus 

Horsetown Shasta 

Haydesville Humboldt 

Hot Springs Siskiyou 

Hueneme Santa Barbara 

Hunsaker Tulare 

Igo Shasta 

Illinois Mill Tulare 

'"•Independence Inyo 

Indian Diggings El Dorado 

Indian Gulch Mariposa 

Inskip Butte 

••TONE CITY Amador 

IOWA HILL Placer 

Jacinto Colusa 

"•Jackson Amador 

JAMESTOWN Tuolumne 

Janesville Lassen 

Jenny Lind Calaveras 

Jolon Monterey 

Josephine San Luis Obispo 

JULIAN San Diego 

Junction City Trinity 

Junction House 



KNIGHT'S LANDING. .Yolo 

Kanawa Colusa 

KERNVILLE Kern 

King's River Fresno 

Kingston Fresno 

Kirk ville Sutter 

Knight's Ferry Stanislaus 

KNOXVILLE Lake 

La Graciosa Santa Barbara 

LAGRANGE Stanislaus 

Lagunlta Inyo 

La Honda San Mateo 

•'••LAPORTE Plumas 

Lafayette Contra Costa 

Lake City Siskiyou 

Lake Valley El Dorado 

Lakeport Lake 

Lakeville Sonoma 

Lambert Merced 

Lancha Plana Amador 

Langworth Stanislaus 

Last Chance Placer 

LATHROP San Joaquin 

LATROBE El Dorado 

Lewiston Trinity 

Liberty San Joaquin 

LINCOLN Placer 

Linden San Joaquin 

LITTLE LAKE Mendocino 

Little River Mendocino 

Little York Nevada 

LIVERMORE Alameda 

Livingston Merced 

Lockeford San Joaquin 

LODI San Joaquin 

LONE PINE Inyo 

Longville Plumas 

Long Valley Lassen 

' :: 'Los Anael.es Los Angeles 

LOS BANOS Merced 

Los Cruces Santa Barbara 

Los Gatos Santa Clara 

Los Nietos Los Angeles 

Lovelock Butte 

LOWER LAKE Lake 

Loyalton Sierra 

Lynn's Valley Kern 

Mad River Humboldt 

Magalia Butte 

Maine Prairie Solano 

Manchester Mendocino 

■■"■Mariposa Mariposa 

•'•'-Markleeville Alpine 

Marshall Marin 

"■Martinez Contra Costa 

Martin's Ferry Klamath 

Martinsburg Butte 

■ : '3[<tnjsville Yuba 

MA YFIELD Santa Clara 

Meadow Valley Plumas 

-•'■'-MENDOCINO Mendocino 

Mendon Alameda 

MENLO PARK San Mateo 

MERCED Merced 

Merced Falls Merced 

Meridian Sutter 

MICHIGAN BAR Sac'to 

MICHIGAN BLUFF.... Placer 

MIDDLETOWN Lake 

MIDWAY Alameda 

Mil ford Lassen 

MUlerton Fresno 

MILLBRAE San Mateo 

Miller Mendocino 

MILTON Calaveras 

Millville Shasta 

MILPITAS Santa Clara 

Mission San Jose Alameda 

Mix's Crossing Yuba 

MODBSTA Stanislaus 

Mohawk Valley Plumas 

*M O KELL 1 MNE H ILL.... Cal '8 

Monitor Alpine 

Monkton Mono 

Monte Los Angeles 

'•'- Monterey Monterey 

Montezuma Tuolumne 

MONTICELLO Napa 

Moon's Ranch Tehama 

Moore's Flat Nevada 

Moore's Station Butte 

Morano San Joaquin 

Mormon Island Sac'o 

Mount Fairview San Diego 

Mountain Ranch Calaveras 

MOUNTAIN VIEW.. .Santa C 

MORRO San L Obispo 

Mount Bullion Mariposa 

Mount Eden Alameda 

Mount Shasta Siskiyou 

MURPHY'S Calaveras 

Musquito Calaveras 







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*Napa City 

Nashville 


Napa 

....El Dorado 


Round Valley Shasta 

Routier Station Sacramento 

RUTHERFORD Napa 


Temecula 


....San Diego 
..Santa Clara 

Sonoma 

Yuba 

Tulare 

)Y Placer 

Marin 

...Mendocino 

Monterey 

Klamath 

Trinity 

Nevada 

Tulare 

Tulare 

Los Angeles 


Canby 

Cartwrights 

Cayuse 

Cecil's 

Cedar Mill 

Central Paint 


...Clackamas 

Lane 

Umatilla 

Umatilla 

.Washington 
Jackson 




Timber Cove 

Timbuctoo 

Tipton 

TODD'S VALL1 

TOMALES 

Tomkiah 

TRES PINOS 

Trinidad 

Trinity Center 

*TRUCKEE 

TULARE 

Tule 




Natividad Monterey 

NAVARRO RIDGE... Mend'o 

Nelson Butte 

Nelson Point Plumas 

■•'■Nevada City Nevada 

NEWCASTLE Placer 

New Almaden Santa Clara 

New Idria Fresno 


■'■Sacramento Sacramento 

•-SALINAS Monterey 

Salmon Falls El Dorado 

San Andreas Calaveras 

SAN ANTONIO Monterey 

S BUENAVENTURA..S Bar'a 
■••San Bernardino, S Bernardino 




Clatskanie 

Clarksville 

Clear Creek 

Clifton 

Coast Fork 

Columbia City 

Coos. City 


Columbia 

Baker 

...Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Lane 

Columbia 




Newtown 

Newville 

Nicasio 

Nicolans 

NILES 


El Dorado 

Colusa 

Marin 

Sutter 


'••SAN DIEGO San Diego 




■■■S(i)i Francisco...#iui Francisco 

SAN FELIPE Santa Clara 

SAN FERNANDO..LosAng's 
San Gabriel Los Angeles 




Coos River 

••'• Corvcsllis 

CORNELIUS...... 

Coqnille 

Cottage Grove 

Cove 

Creswell 

Crawfordsville ... 
Cuttingsville 

■'•Dallas 

Damascus 

Dayton 

Dayville... . 


Coos 

Benton 

.Washington 

Coos 

Lane 

Union 

Linn 

...Clackamas 

- .Polk 

...Clackamas 
Yamhill 




TURLOCK 




2fi-Mile House 

Two Rocks 

' ; '-Ukiah 

UNCLE, SAM 


....Stanislaus 
Sonoma 

...Mendocino 
Lake 




NORD 

Nordhoff. 


Butte 

Ventura 


SAN GREGORIO...San Mateo 

■••Sim Jose Santa Clara 

SAN JUAN Monterey 

San Jacinto San Diego 

SAN LEANDRO Alameda 

San Lorenzo Alameda 

Su.ii Lais Obispo. ..Sun L Obispo 

SAN LUIS REY San Diego 

San Luis Ranch Merced 

San Marcos San Luis Obispo 

SAN MATEO San Mateo 




Nortonville Contra Costa 

North Bloomtteld Nevada 

North Columbia Nevada 

•'NORTH SAN JUAN.Nev'a 
North San Diego San Diego 

Oak Grove San Diego 

OAKDALE Stanislaus 

■''•'■Oakland Alameda 

OAKVILLE Napa 

Oasis Inyo 

Oat Valley Yolo 

Ocean View Sonoma 

Olancha Inyo 






.Sacramento 

1.. Lake 

...Humboldt 

Solano 




Upper Clear Lak( 
Upper Mattole 

*VACAVILLE.... 
VALLECITO 




San Pablo Contra Costa 


••VALLEJO 

Valley Springs 

VALLEY FORD 

Viejas 

VINA 

*Visalia 

VOLCANO'. 

Walnut Creek 

Walnut Grove 

Warner's Ranch. 

Washington 

WASHINGTON 


Solano 

Calaveras 

Sonoma 

....San Diego 

Tehama 

Tulare 

Amador 

Contra Costa 
.Sacramento 
....San Diego 

Nevada 

CORS.....Ala 


Deschutes. 

Diamond Hill 

Dilley 

Eagle Creek 

Eagle Point...™... 

East Portland 

El Dorado 

Elk Horn 

Elkton 


Wasco 

Linn 

..Washington 

...Clackamas 

Jackson 

..Multnomah 

Baker 

Polk 




SAN (JUENTTN Marin 

*8an Rafael Marin 

San Ramon Contra Costa 

San Salvadore S Bernardino 

San Simeon San L Obispo 




Olema Marin 

Old Creek San Luis Obispo 

Olimpo Colusa 




S ANEL Mendocino 




Santa Ana Los Angeles 

■■'■'■Santa, Barbara,.Siu\tn Barbara 
SANTA CLARA.. .Santa Clara 
■■'■■Sa.nta Cruz Santa Cruz 




Omega 

Onion Valley 


Nevada 

Plumas 

Placer 




Ellensburg 

Empire City 

Enchanted Prair 

Eola 

'■'■Eugene City 

Express Ranch... 

Fairfield 

Fairview 

-Forest Grove.... 
Franklin 

Galesville 

Gardiner 

Garibaldi 

Gaston 

Gem 

GERVAIS.., 

Glad Tidings 

Glencoe 

Grande Ronde.... 

Grant's Pass 

Greenville 

HALSEY 

-HARRIS BURG 

Hermasville 

Highland 

Hillsboro 

Hood River 

Hot Springs 

Hubbard's 

Humboldt Basin 

Independence 

Island City 

Isthmus 

* Jacksonville 

JEFFERSON 


Curry 

Coos 




Oregon House 

Oristembra 

Orleans Bar 

Oro City 

Oro Fino 

*Oroville 

PACIIECO 

Painsville 

Panoche 

Parkville 


Yuba 

Stanislaus 

Klamath 

Placer 

Siskiyou 

Butte 

Contra Costa 

Nevada 

Fresno 

Shasta 




Santa Margarita..San L Obispo 

Saratoga Santa Clara 

Saticoy Ventura 

Saucel'ito Marin 


Polk 

Lane 

Baker 

Marion 

Coos 

.Washington 
Lane 

Douglas 

Douglas 

....Tillamook 
.Washington 

Baker 

Marion 

...Clackamas 
.Washington 

Polk 

Jackson 

. Washington 

Linn 

Linn 

Coos 

...Clackamas 
.Washington 

Wasco 

Jackson 

Marion 

Baker 

Polk 

Union 

Clatsop 

Jackson 




Waterloo San Joaquin 

WATSON VILLE.. .Santa Cruz 

••'■ Wcaverville Trinity 

WEBB'S LANDING.. C Costa 

Weldon Kern 

West Butte Sutter 

West Oakland Alameda 




Scale's Diggings Sierra 

School H Station San Mateo 




Scars ville San Mateo 


West Point 

WHEATLAND.. 
White River 


Calaveras 

Yuba 

Tulare 




SKUAS TO POL Sonoma 

Secret Ravine Placer 




PASO ROBLES..San L Obispo 
Patchen Santa Clara 




••'■WILMINGTON..L0S Angeles 

WINDSOR Sonoma 

Witters' Springs Lake 

Woodford's Alpine 

WOODBRIDGE...San Joaquin 




Shady Run Placer 

■■'■Shasta Shasta 

Shaw's Flat Tuolumne 

Sheldon Sacramento 

Sheridan Placer 












Butte 










PKSCADERO 

*PETALUMA... . 

Petersburg 

Petrolia 

Phoenix Mine 


....Santa Cruz 

Sonoma 

Klamath 

....Humboldt 
Napa 




Woodside 

Woodville 

Yagersville 

Yankee Hill 

Yankee Jim's 

Yolo 

Yorkville 

You Bet 

YOUNT VILLE.. 
YOSEMITE 


...San Mateo 
Tulare 

....Humboldt 

Butte 

Placer 

Yolo 

...Mendocino 

Nevada 

Napa 

Mariposa 




Sherwood Valley. ..Mendocino 
SHINGLE SPRINGS..E1 Dor 

SIERRA CITY Sierra 

Sierra Valley Sierra 

Silver Mountain Alpine 

Slack Canyon Monterey 

Slippery Ford.. El Dorado 

SMARTS VILLE Yuba 




Pilot Hill 


El Dorado 

Butte 




Pine Grove 

PINO 

Pitville 


Amador 

Placer 

Shasta 




Smith's Ranch Sonoma 

Smith ville Placer 

9 S) telling Merced 

Solano Solano 

Soledad Monterey 

Sommersville Contra Costa 

SONOMA Sonoma 

' :f Sonora Tuolumne 

South Butte Sutter 

Soquel Santa Cruz 

SPADRA Los Angeles 

SPANISH TOWN 




Plaintteld 

PLAINSBURG... 

Piano 

Pleasant Grove C 
Pleasant Valley.. 
PLEASANTON. 

Plum Valley 

PLYMOUTH 

POINT ARENA 
Point New Year. 
Point of Rocks.... 
Poland 


Yolo 

Merced 

Tulare 

reek. ...Sutter 
El Dorado 










Yuba City 


.....Sutter 




Oregon. 

Name. County. 

'■Albany Linn 

Alsea Benton 

Amity Yamhill 

Antelope Wasco 

Applegate Jackson 

•'•'•Ashland Mills Jackson 

"•'•'• Astoria Clatsop 

Auburn Baker 

Anmsville Marion 

Augusta Baker 




Sierra 

Amador 

3... Mendocino 
....San Mateo 
Contra Costa 
.San Joaquin 
....Mendocino 

Napa 

Shasta 

Sierra 

....Mendocino 

E Tulare 

San Diego 

Butte 




John Day City... 

Joppa 

Jordan Valley.... 
JUNCTION 

Kellogg's 

Kirby 

Kilchis 

King's Valley 

Kuappa 

:: La Grande 

Lakeport 

Langells Valley. 
■■Lafayette 


Grant 

.Washington 

Baker 

Lane 

Douglas 

Josephine 

Wasco 

Benton 

Clatsop 

Union 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Yamhill 




Spanish Flat El Dorado 

Spencerville Nevada 

Spokane Falls Stevens 

Springfield Tuolumne 

SPANISH RANCH.. ..Plumas 

ST. HELENA Napa 

St. John Colusa 

St. Laurenceburg El Dorado 

St. Louis Sierra 

Stillwater Shasta 




Porno 

Pope Valley 

Portuguese 

Port Wine 

Potter Valley 

PORTE RSVILL 
Povvay 




Prairie 

Prattville 

PRINCETON 

Point of Timber.. 
Purissama 

Quincy 

Railroad Flat 

■'Bed Bluff. 


Yolo 

Plumas 

Colusa 

.Contra Costa 
....San Mateo 

Plumas 

Calaveras 




Stonewall San Diego 




Stony Point Sonoma 

Strawberry Valley Yuba 


■■'■Baker City 

Barlow 

Beaver 

Bellevue 

Bethel...... 


Baker 

...Clackamas 
...Clackamas 

Yamhill 

Polk 




Lewisville 

Leland 

Lena 

Liberty 

Lincoln 

Linkville 

Little Elk 

Long Tom 

Looking Glass.... 
Luckemute 

MARION 

Marshall's ...! 


Polk 

Josephine 

Umatilla 

Benton 

Polk 

Jackson 

Benton 

Lane 

Douglas 

Polk 

Marion 

Umatilla 




Sugar Pine Tuolumne 

■'■'Suisun City Solano 

SUMMIT Plumas 

Summit Valley ......Placer 

Sunolglen Alameda 

SUNOL Solano 

■■'Susanville Lassen 

Suscol Napa 

SUTTER CREEK Amador 

SWEETLAND Nevada 

Table Bluff. Humboldt 




READING 

Redwood Giby 

Reynolds' Ferry. 
Richland 


Shasta 

....San Mateo 

Tuolumne 

..Sacramento 
n Bernardino 
Butte 


Bridge Creei< Wasco 

Brooks Marion 

Brbwnsborough Jackson 

Brownsville Linn 

Buena Vista Polk 

Butter Douglas 

Butte Creek Clackamas 

Butter Creek Wasco 

Butte Disappointment Lane 

Butte ville Marion 

Camas Valley Douglas 








RIO VISTA Solano 

RIVERSIDE. .San Bernardino 

Roaring River Shasta 

ROCKLIN Placer 

Rockville Solano 

Rohnerville Humboldt 

Round Mountain Shasta 

ROSKVILLE Placer 

ROUGH & READY.... Nevada 




Table Rock Sierra 

Tahoe Placer 

Tehichipa Kern 

Taylor's Flat Trinity 

TAYLORSVILLE Plumas 

TEHAMA Tehama 

Telegraph City Calaveras 


McMIN VILLE.. 


Yamhill 








Middleton 

Miller's 

Milton 

Milwaukie 

Mitchell 


.Washington 

Linn 

Umatilla 

...Clackamas 
Wasco 










■ f Cauon City 


Grant 









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Mitchell's Station...... "Umatilla 

Mohawk Lane 

Monitor Marion 

Monmouth Polk 

Monroe _ Benton 

Monti t Hood Wasco 

Mountain Dale Washington 

Mountain House Yamhill 

Muddy Station Linn 

Myrtle Creek Douglas 

Needy - Clackamas 

Nehalem Clatsop 

Nestockton _... Tillamook 

Newberg Yamhill 

Newellsville ..Marion 

Newport — lien ton 

Newton Benton 

North Canvonville Douglas 

North Yamhill „... Yamhill 

Norton Clackmas 

'-OAKLAND Douglas 

-Ore ami City ...Clackamas 

Orod'ell ..Union 

Oswego „ Clackamas 

Ott...._ Coos 

Pass Creek Douglas 

Peak „ Washington 

Pendleton „ Umatilla 

Peoria...™ _ Linn 

Perrydale Polk 

Philomath _ Benton 

Phoenix Jackson 

Pilot Rock Umatilla 

Pine Linn 

Pleasant Hill ~ „..Lane 

Port Orford Cnrry 

■-■Portland Multnomah 

Powell's Valley Multnomah 

Prairie City Giant 

Pritchard ...._ - Baker 

Prineville „ Wasco 

Randolph ~ Coos 

Rainier Columbia 

Rattlesnake Lane 

Rickreale...... - -Polk 

Riverside Columbia 

Rock Point Jackson 

■-■Roseburg Douglas 

Rye Valley _ Baker 

Sahmmis Valley Jackson 

Saint John Multnomah 

Saint Joseph „ ~ 

'■■Salem Marion 

Sandy Clackamas 

Sauvies Island..., Columbia 

Scappoose - Columbia 

Scio Linn 

Scott's Wasco 

Scottsburg Douglas 

Shedd's —Linn 

Shell Rock Wasco 

Sheridan Yamhill 

Shell Rock Wasco 

Sholl's Ferry Washington 

Silverton Marion 

Sitkum _Coos 

Siuslaw Lane 

Skipanon .Clatsop 

Slate Creek ...Josephine 

Soda Springs Linn 

Sodaville ~ Linn 

Spanish Hollow Wasco 

Sprague River Jackson 

Springfield...^ Lane 

St Helens Columbia 

Stayton „ Marion 

Sublimity Marion 

Summit. Benton 

Summer House Clatsop 

Summerviile Union 

Sweet Home Linn 

Table Rock Jackson 

Taylor's Ferry Washington 

Ten Mile Douglas 

■■■The Dalles Wasco 

Tillamook Tillamook 

Toledo Benton 

Trask Tillamook 

Tualatin Washington 

Turner Marion 

*UMATILLA Umatilla 

UmpquaCity Douglas 

UNION Union 

Vernon Marion 



Waconda 

Waldo Josephine 

Wallowa Union 

Warm Springs... .a Wasco 

West Chehalen Yamhill 

West Union Washington 

Weston Umatilla 

Westport Clatsop 

Wheatland Yamhill 

Wilbur Douglas 

Willamette Forks Lane 

Willamette Slough..Multno'ah 



Willoughby Wasco 

Willow Forks Wasco 

Willow Springs Jackson 

Wingville Baker 

Woodburn Marion 

Yaquina Benton 

Yanax Jackson 

Yoncalla Douglas 

Zena Polk 



Nevada. 



Name. County. 

■'-Aurora Esmeralda 

* Austin ..Lander 

Battle Mountain Humboldt 

BATTLE MOUNT A IN...Lan'r 

BELLMONT Nye 

BEOWAWE Lander 

Bullion Elko 

Buel Elko 

Camp Halleck Elko 

CARLIN Lander 

■-Carson City Ormsby 

CHERRY CREEK W. Pine 

Clover Valley Lincoln 

CORNUCOPIA Elko 

COLUMBUS 

Crystal Peak Washoe 



DAYTON Lyon 

Diamond Mountain W. Pine 

Dry Creek Elko 

Dun Glen Humboldt 

Duck water Nye 

Egan Canyon Elko 

ELKO Elko 

Ellsworth Nye 

EMPIRE CITY Ormsby 

•-EUREKA Lander 

Franktown W T ashoe 

GALENA Humboldt 

Genoa Douglas 

Glenbrook Douglas 

Gi )LD HILL Storey 

GOLCONDA Humboldt 

Gravelly Ford Lander 

Halleck Elko 

HAMILTON Lander 

Hiko Lincoln 

Hot Creek Nye 

HOT SPRINGS Churchill 

Humboldt House Humboldt 

Hunter's Washoe 



lone City. 



•Nye 



WASHOE CITY Washoe 

Wellington Esmeralda 

WELLS Lander 

WINNEMUCCA Humboldt 



"Washington 
Territory. 



Name. County. 

Alpowa Walla Walla 

Arcada Mason 

Attanum Yakima 

Battle Ground Clarke 

Beaver Thurston 

Blakley Kitsap 

Black River King 

Block House Klikitat 

Boistfort Pacific 

Brookfield Pacific 

Bruceport Lewis 

Brush Prairie Clarke 

Carrolton Cowlitz 

Cascades Skamania 

Castle Rock Cowlitz 

Cathlamet Wakiakum 

Cedarville Chehalis 

Chinook Pacific 

Columbus Klikitat 

Cha-we-lah Stevens 

Chehalis Lewis 

Chehalis Point Chehalis 

C'laquato Lewis 

Coupeville Island 

Coveland Island 

Cowlitz Lewis 

Delta Walla Walla 

Eagle Cliff. Wakiakum 

Ellenburgh Yakima 

Ellis Pierce 

Elma Chehalis 

Ewartsville Whatcom 

Ewartsville Whitman 

Fall City King 

Fidals:o Whatcom 

Fort Colville Stevens 

Fort Simcoe Yakima 

Franklin Pierce 

Freeport Cowlitz 

Gleneden Lewis 

Goldendale Klikitat 

Guemes Whatcom 

Hangman's Creek Stoven 

Hoquiam : Chehalis 



Samlsh Whatcom 

San Juan Whatcom 

Satsop Chehalis 

Seabeck Kitsap 

■-■Seattle King 

Selah Yakima 

Sharon Chehalis 

Sherwood's Mills Mason 

Skokomish Mason 

Skookumchuck Lewis 

Sqagit Whatcom 

Skainokwa Washknakum 

Slaughter King 

Snohomish City Snohorn ish 

Snoqualmie King 

Squak King 

Staughton Clarke 

■■'■Stcil.acoom Pierce 

Stubblefield... Stevens 

TACOMA Pierce 

Tauehet Walla Walla 

Teekalet Kitsap 

Tennio Thurston 

Tukanon Walla Walla 

Tulalip Snohomish 

Tumwater Thurston 

Tygh Valley Wasco 

Union Flat Stevens 

Union Ridge Clarke 

Unity Pacific 

Utsalady Island 



■Vancouver.. 



.Clarke 



Lamoille Elko 

Latchie Wood 

Mason Valley Esmeralda 

MINERAL HILL Elko 

MILL CITY Humboldt 

Montezuma Nye 

Oreana Humboldt 

PALISADE Lander 

Paradise Valley Humboldt 

Pine Creek Nye 

Pine Grove Esmeralda 

PIOCHE Lincoln 

-RENO Washoe 

Reville Nye 

Ruby Valley Elko 

RYE VALLEY Humboldt 

San Antonio : Nye 

Shelburne 

Sheridan Douglas 

Shermantown White Pine 

SILVER CITY Lyon 

Silver Peak Esmeralda 

Silver Zone Elko 

South Fork Elko 

SPRUCE MOUNT Elko 

Sutro Lyon 

Sweetwater Esmeralda 

Tecoma Elko 

TOANO Elko 

Treasure City White Pine 

Twin Rivers Nye 

Tuscarora Elko 

Unionville Humboldt 



Kalama 

Kittitas 

Knappton 

Konnewock. 



....Clarke 
.Yakima 
...Pacific 
.Yakima 



Vanderbilt Lander 

VERDI 

-•Virginia City Storey 



Waconda Marion 

WADS WORTH Washoe 



La Conner Whatcom 

Lewis River Clark 

Lopez Island Whatcom 

Lowell Snohomish 

Lower Cowlitz Cowlitz 

Martin's Bluff Clarke 

Miami Prairie Thurston 

Montesano Chehalis 

Monticello Cowlitz 

Mok See Yakima 

Mount Coffin Cowlitz 

Mukilteo Snohomish 

Nanum Yakima 

Napavine Lewis 

Newaukum Lewis 

New Dungeness Clallam 

Nooksachk Whatcom 

Oak Point Cowlitz 

Oakland Mason 

Oakville Chehalis 

Olympia....: Thurston 

Orcas Island Whatcom 

Oysterville Pacific 

Palouse Whitman 

Pataha Walla Walla 

Patit Walla Walla 

Pekin Clarke 

Pioneer Clarke 

Pleasant Grove Yakima 

Port Angelos Clallam 

Port Discovery Jefferson 

Port Ludlow Jefferson 

Port Madison Kitsap 

Port Orchard Kitsap 

-'Port TownsencL Jefferson 

Port William Kitsap 

Pumphrey's L'dg Cowlitz 

Riverside Pacific 



WAITSBURG 

•••• Walla Walla Walla Walla 

Walker's Prairie Stevens 

WALLULA Walla Walla 

Walton Whitman 

Waterford Wakiakum 

Whatcom Whatcom 

White River King 

White Salmon Skamania 

Winlock Lewis 

Woodward's Landing.. ..Pacific 

Yakima Yakima 

Yelm Thurston 



Utah Ter. 



Name. County. 

Adamsville Beaver 

Alpine City Utah 

Alma Weber 

ALTA Salt Lake 

American Fork Utah 

Anna Bella Sevier 

-Beaver Beaver 

Bear Valley City Box Elder 

Bellevue Washington 

BINGHAM CANYON..S Lake 

Bloomington Rich 

Brig ham City Box Elder 

Bullion PiUte 

Call's Fort Box Elder 

Cedar City Iron 

Cedar Valley Utah 

Centreville Davis 

Chicken Creek Juab 

Circle Valley Linn 

Clarkston Cache 

Clifton Cache 

Coalville .Summit 

CORINNE Box Elder 

Croyden. Morgan 

Deep Creek Tooele 

Deer Creek Utah 

Dewey ville Box Elder 

DIAMOND Juab 

Draper Salt Lake 

Duncan's Retreat Wash'tou 

Echo City Summit 

Eden Webber 

Emmaville Salt Lake 

Enterprise Morgan 

Epharim San Pete 

Eureka Juab 

Fairfield Utah 

Farming ton Davis 

Fayette San Pete 

Fill more City Millard 

Fort Hamblin Washington 

Fountain Green San Pete 

Franklin Cache 

Glendale Kane 

Goshen Utah 

Grafton Kane 

Grantsville Tooele 

-'■Great Salt Lake City S Lake 

Glenwood Sevier 

Gunnison San Pete 

Hamilton's Fort Iron 



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Harrisburg Washington 

Heber Wasatch 

Hebrow Washington 

Herriman Salt Lake 

Hillsdale Kane 

Holden Millard 

Hooper Weber 

Huntsville Weber 

Hyde Park Cache 

Hyum Cache 

Inverury Sevier 

Iron City Iron 

JACOB CITY Tooele 

Johnson.. Kane 

Kanab Kane 

KELTON Box Elder 

Kanaraville Iron 

Knosh Millard 

Kamas Summit 

Kaysville Davis 

Lake Point Tooele 

Laketown Rich 

Lawrence Juab 

LEHI CITY Utah 

Leeds Washington 

Levan Juab 

Lewiston Utah 

Lida Esmeralda 

Logan Cache 

Lynn Weber 

Manti San Pete 

Marysvale „ Pi Ute 

Meadow Millard 

Mendon Cache 

Midway Wasatch 

Millville Cache 

Mill Creek Salt Lake 

Minersville Beaver 

Mount Carmel Kane 

Mono Juab 

Monroe...: Sevier 

Morgan Morgan 

Moroni San Pete 

Mount Pleasant San Pete 

Newton Cache 

New Harmony Washington 

North Ogden Weber 

NEPHI 

Oak City Millard 

Oqden City Weber 

OPHLR Tooele 

Oxford Cache 

Pahreah Kane 

Panacea Washington 

Panquich Kane 

Paper Mill Salt Lake 

Paradite Cache 

Paragoonah Iron 

Parowan Iron 



Pauqnich Kane 

Payson Utah 

Petersburg Millard 

Peoa Summit 

Pine Valley Washington 

Pinto Washington 

Plain City Weber 

Pleasant Grove Utah 

Portage Box Elder 

Providence Cache 

Provo City Utah 

Bichfield Sevier 

Richmond Cache 

RIVERDALE Weber 

Rockport Summit 

Rockville Millard 

Saint John Tooele 

Salem Utah 

Salina Sevier 

Salt Creek Juab 

Sandy Salt Lake 

Santaquin Utah 

Scipio Millard 

SILVER CITY Juab 

Slaterville Weber 

Smithfield Cache 

South Cottonwood Salt Lake 

Spanish Pork Utah 

Spring City San Pete 

Spring Lake Utah 

Sprinqdale Kane 

Springville.. Utah 

"■St. George Washington 

Star City Beaver 

STOCKTON Tooele 

Stoker Davis 

Shonesburg Kane 

Summit Iron 

TARRACE Box Elder 

Toquersville Washington 

Tooele City Tooele 

Unitah. Weber 

Union Salt Lake 

Virgin City Washington 

Wales San Pete 

Wallsburg Wasatch 

Wanship Summit 

Washington Washington 

Wellsville Cache 

West Jordan Utah 

Willard Box Elder 

Wirsor Kane 

Woods Cross Davis 



Arizona Ter. 

Name. County. 
Apache Pass Pina 



Apache ...Yavapai 

Beale Springs ..Mohave 

Camp Verde ...Yavapai 

Cerbat ... Mohave 

Chloride Mohave 

Crittenden Pima 

EHRENBERO Yuma 

East Phoenix ....Maricopa 

-Florence Pima 

Fort Mohave :. Mohave 

Gila Bend Pima 

Hayden's Ferry. .Maricopa 

Kirkland Valley Yavapai 

Maricopa Wells Pima 

Marysville Maricopa 

Mineral Park ....Mohave 

Monument Pima 

Parker Yuma 

Phoenix Yavapai 

:: Prescott Yavapai 

Sanford Pima 

San Pedro Pima 

Tucson Pima 

Tubac ...Pima 

Wickenburg Yavapai 

Wilson Yavapai 

*YUMA Yuma 



Idaho Ter. 



Name. County. 
Atlanta Alturas 

• : Boise City ...Ada 

Centreville Boise 

Corbett's Station Oneida 

Eagle Rock Oneida 

Elk City Nez Perces 

Emmettsville Ada 

Fairview Owyhee 

Falks' Store Ada 

Fish Haven Oneida 

Florence Idaho 

Gentile Valley Oneida 

Georgetown Oneida 



Horse Shoe Bend .Boise 

'"Idaho City. Boise 

Indian Creek ..Alturas 

Indian Valley .Ada 

John Day's Creek ...Idaho 

Lapwai Nez Perces 

Leesburg Lemhi 

'■ : 'Lewislon .Nez Perces 

Liberty Oneida 

Loon Creek Lemki 

Lower Boise ....Ada 

Malade City. ....Oneida 

Manuel Ranch Nez Perces 

Market Lake Oneida 

Middleton Ada 

Montpelrer Oneida 

Mount Idaho _Nez Perces 

Newsom Creek Nez Perces 

Ovid Oneida 

Palonse Bridge Nez Perces 

Paradise Valley Nez Perces 

Paris Oneida 

Payette Store Ada 

Payette ville ...Ada 

Pen d'Oreille Kootenai 

Pierce City .Shoshone 

PIONEERVILLE Boise 

PLACER VILLE Boise 

Quartzburg Boise 

Rocky Bar ...Alturas 

Ross Fork ....Oneida 

Saint Charles Oneida 

Salmon City Lemhi 

Salubria Ada 

Silver City ....Owyhee 

Slate Creek Idaho 

Soda Springs Oneida 

Squaw Creek Boise 

Thorne Creek Nez Perces 

Washington Idaho 

Washoe Ada 

Weiser Ranch Ada 

Weston Oneida 

White Bird Idaho 



Alaska Ter. 

Ounalaska Ounalaska Isld 

Fort Wrangle 



TABLE OP RATES OP DOMESTIC POSTAGE. 

The following are the rates of postage on Domestic Mail Matter of the different classes: 

Note.— All domestic Mail Matter (except newspapers, magazines and periodicals sent to actual subscribers from a 
known office of publication) must be prepaid by postage stamps. 

A letter on which one full rate of postage is prepaid, but on which further postage is chargeable, will be forwarded 
when deposited in a postoffice, charged with the unpaid postage to be collected on delivery. If the postage is left wholly 
unpaid, or is prepaid less than one full rate, it will be " held for postage " and sent to the Dead Letter Office. Should it 
reach its destination by inadvertance, however, it will be charged with double postage on delivery. '* One full rate " 
means, in the case of mail letters or other first-class matter, t hree cents. 

If articles chargeable with different rates of postage are sent together in one package, the higher rate must be paid 
on the entire package; but two or more different articles, both chargeable with the same rate of postage, may be sent in 
one package on payment of that rate on the whole package. 

The following are excluded from the mails: Liquids, Poisons, Glass, Explosive Materials, Books, Pamphlets, 
Pictures and other publications of an obscene or indecent character; all letters upon the envelopes of which, and postal cards 
upon which, scurrilous epithets are written or printed or engraved; or disloyal devices printod or engraved; and all 
articles which from their form or nature are liable to destroy, deface or injure the contents of the mail bags or the person 
of any one engaged in the postal service. 

Postmasters are not allowed to give credit for postage, nor to deliver any mail matter until all postage due thereon 
has been paid. 

FIRST CLASS. 

On letters, sealed packages, mail matter wholly or partly in writing (except book manuscripts and corrected proof- 
sheets passing between authors and publishers, and except local or " drop " letters); on all printed matter so marked as 
to convey any other or further information than is conveyed by the original print (except the correction of typographical 
errors); on all matter not othorwise chargeable with letter postage, but which is so wrapped or secured that it cannot 
be conveniently examined by postmasters without destroying the wrapper or envelope; on all newspapers, magazines 
and periodicals sent from publishers to subscribers and enclosing any article whatever except bona. fide supplements or 
bills and receipts for subscription ; and on all packages of matter not in itself chargeable with letter postage, but in which 
is enclosed or concealed any letter or other thing chargeable with letter postage— 3 Cents for each half ounce or frac- 
tion thereof— weight of packages limited to four pouivds. 

On local or " drop " letters at offices where free delivery by carriers is established— # Cents for each half ounce 
or fraction thereof— weight of packages limited to four pounds. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Note.— Mailable matter of this class embraces all newspapers, magazines and periodicals exclusively in print and 
regularly issued at stated periods from a known office of publication, and addressed to regular subscribers. 

The postage on this class of matter must be prepaid for not less than one quarter (three months) nor more than one 
year, commencing at any timo, and the payment may be made either at the office of mailing or at the office of delivery. 

Postage on Daily Papers, not over 4 oz* in weight, to subscribers, when prepaid quarterly or yearly in advance, 
either at the mailing office or office of delivery, per quarter (three months) 35 cents. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



Six times per week, per quarter (three months) 30 cents ; Tri- Weekly, 15 cents ; Semi-Weekly, 10 cents ; Weekly, 5 
cents. 

Postage per Qu\rter (to be paid quarterly or yearly in advance) on Newspapers and Periodicals issued less fre- 
quently than once a week, sent to actual subscribers in any part of the United States. 

Semi-monthly, not over 4 oz., cents ; over 4 oz. and not over 8 oz., 12 cents ; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., 18 cents. 
Monthly, not over 4 oz., 3 cents ; over 4 oz. and not over 8 oz., (3 cents ; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., 9 cents. Quartorly, 
not over 4 oz., 1 cent; over 4 oz, and not over 8 oz., 2 cents; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., 3 cents. 

THIRD CLASS. 

Note.— Packages of mailable matter of this class must be prepaid by stamps, and must not exceed the weight pre- 
scribed by law. All packages exceeding the prescribed weight are unmailable. 

All matter of the third class must be fully prepaid. 

On pamphlets, occasional publications, transient newspapers, magazines and periodicals; hand-bills, posters, sheet- 
music, unsealed circulars, prospectuses, books, book manuscripts, and proof-sheets, printed cards, maps, lithographs, 
prints, chromolithographs and engravings, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots and scions. 

On flexible patterns, samples of ores, metals, minerals and merchandise, sample cards, photographic paper, letter 
envelopes, postal envelopes and wrappers, unprinted cards, plain and ornamental paper, photographs, and all other 
articles, for which other rates of postage are not prescribed in this table and which are not by law excluded from the 
mails— 1 cent for each tivo ounces or fraction thereof— weight of packages limited to four pounds. 

On unsealed circulars, newspapers, (whether transient or addressed to regular subscribers— excepting weekly papers 
which may bo delivered to subscribers on prepayment of regular quarterly rates) and on periodicals not exceeding two 
ounces in weight, when any of the same are deposited in a letter-carrier's office for delivery by the office or its carriers — 
1 cent each. 

REGISTRY DEPARTMENT. 

Valuable letters for any part of the United States, Canada, Groat Britain, the" 4 Italian States or States of the North 
German Union will be registered on application at the Office, between the hours of 8 o'clock, a. m. and 4 o'clock, p. m. 

THE REGISTRATION FEES, IN ADDITION TO THE RATES OF POSTAGE ON LETTERS OR PACKAGES, ARE: 

On Domestic, Letters, each 8 cents. 

4)n letters anckpackages to Panama, New Granada, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales Belgium, the Netherlands, 
Prussia, (including all the German States) Austria, Italy, Switzerland, each 8 cents. 

On letters and packets to Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon. Constantinople, East India, Egypt (viz : Alexandria, Cairo 
and Suez,) Falkland Islands, Gambia, Gibraltar Gold Coast, Hong Kong, Java, Lagos, Labuan, Liberia, Malta, Mauritius, 
Natal, New South Wales, Queensland, St. Helena, Sierra Leone, South and Western Austria, Tasmania, Victoria, (via 
England) each lti cents. 

On letters to Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Greece, Moldavia, Wallachia, Turkey, (except Alexandria, Lata- 
keah, Mersina, Retim, Tripoli,) via North German Union, each 8 cents. 

On letters to Egypt, each 20 cents. 

On letters to Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward's Island, 5 cents. 

On letters to Yokohama, (Japan) and Shanghae, (China) via San Erancisco, 8 cents. 

On letters to France, 10 cents. 

MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. 

Especial attention is called to the Money Order system, as a safe and cheap method of Transmitting small sums 
through the mails. Orders are issued in sums of not more than fifty dollars. Larger amounts can be transmitted to the 
same person, at the same time, by additional orders. 



RATES. 

On Orders not exceeding $10 5fcts. 

On Orders over S10 and not exceeding $20 10 cts. 

On Orders over $20 and not exceeding $30 15 cts. 

On Orders over $30 and not exceeding $40 20iCts. 

On Orders over $40 and not exceeding J>50 25 cts. 

Fees for the issue of English and Swiss 
International Postal Orders. 

On Orders not exceeding $10 25 cts. 

Over $10 and not exceeding $20 50 cts. 



Over $20 and not exceeding $30 75 cts. 

Over $30 and not : exceeding $40 $1.00 

Over $40 and not exceeding $50 1.25 

RATES TO GERMANY. 

On Orders not exceeding $5 15 cts. 

Over $5 and not exceeding $10 25 cts. 

Over $10 and not exceeding $20 50 cts. 

Over $20 and not exceeding $30 75 cts. 

Over $30 and not exceeding $40 $1.00 

Over $40 and not exceeding $50 1.25 



No fraction of cents to be introduced in an order. 

United States Treasuryjnotes or National Bank notes only received or paid. 

FOREIGN MAILS. 

Provisions of the new Postal Convention between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland and German Empire, including Austria and Countries beyond. 



COUNTRIES. 


Letters,— per single rate 
of 15 grammes, \}/ z oz] 
or fraction thereof. 


Newspapers— if 
not over 4 oz. 
Pre -payment 
compulsory. 


Books, Packets, 
Prints, fj 4 oz. 
Pre - payment 
compulsory. 


Patt'ns and Samps 
of Mdse., including 
Seeds and Grain, per 
4 oz. Pre-payment 
compulsory- 




By Direct 

Mail. 


Closed Mail 
via England 



>>* 


°%3 




m 

pq 






<D . 

pq 


°3| 




PAID. 


PAID. 


'"Great Britain and Ireland 


CENTS. 

6 

fi 

7 
10 
10 
10 

8 
14 
10 

6 

"6 
9 


CENTS. 
7 

10 

9 
10 
12 
10 
15 
10 

8 
10 

"9 


CENTS. 

2 
each. 
3 
6 
8 
6 
6 
3 
9 
7 
3 

"2 
3 


CENTS. 
4 

7 
9 
7 
7 
4 

10 
4 
4 
4 

"3 


CENTS. 

a 

6 
10 
11 

9 

9 

6 
12 
10 

6 

"4 
6 


CENTS. 
8 

12 
13 

11 
11 

8 
14 

8 
8 
8 

"6 


CENTS. 

a 

6 
10 
11 

9 

9 

6 
12 

9 

6 

"6 


CENTS. 


'•German EmpiretfncludingAustria&Hungary) 


8 

12 




13 


-'Norway 


11 




11 




8 




14 


'-Italy 

'•'Belgium 


11 

8 


'-Holland or tbe Netherlands 


8 


'•'Canada 




tFrance 


6 







a.— Book Packets and Patterns, under 1 oz. in weight, 2 cents ; over 1 and under 2 oz., 4 cents ; over 2 and under 4 
oz., 6 cents; and 6 cents for each additional 4 oz. or fraction thereof. 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



No Book Packets must exceed two feet in length, or one foot in width or depth, nor exceed twenty-four ounces in 
weight; except to Germany. 

* Indicates that prepayment on letters is optional ; but letters forwarded unpaid or insufficiently paid are subject 
to a fine at the office of delivery, and will be charged about double the original postage required. Printed matter must be 
fully prepaid in all cases. 

Postal Cards will be forwarded to Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Canada only, if an ordinary one cent postage 
stamp is affixed in addition to the stamp printed on the card. 

English Closed Mails, via New York, closes Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of each week, at 9 p. m. 

MAILS FOR FRANCE. 

f The new Postal Convention between the United States and France, was carried into operation on the first of 
August, 1874. It fixes the postage on letters at 9 cents per % oz., on letters, prepayment optional, and 3 cents for each 
Newspaper. The fee on registered letters is 10 cents. 

SOUTH AMERICA AND WEST INDIES. 

Mails for South America and West Indies, via New York and St. Thomas, close at Baltimore Post Office on the 22nd 
of each month, at 9 p. m. Postage by this route to Brazil is 15 cents, Papers 3 cents. Montevideo, Uruguay and all the 
West Indies, 18 cents, Papers 4 cents, except to St. Thomas, to which island the postage is 10 cents, Papers 2 cents, and 
must be fully prepaid. , , ... 

Mails for Peru, Chili, via Aspinwall and Panama, are forwarded per Steamers sailing twice or three times each 
month, and are to be fully prepaid, as follows : Peru, 22 cents; Ecuador, 20 cents; Panama, Aspinwall, 10 cents, on letters ; 
2 cents on Newspapers. 

Havana Mails, via New York, close on Monday and Wednesday of each week at 9 p. m. Direct from Baltimore on 
or about the 1st and 15th of each month, at 1 p. m. Postage 10 cents on letters, and 2 cents for each paper. 

MAILS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. 

Correspondence for China, Japan, Australia, Fiji Islands, etc., marked " via San Francisco." will be forwarded at 
10 cents per half-ounce on letters, and 2 cents for each Newspaper. Now Zealand, New South Wales, at 12 cents half- 
ounce, and 2 cents for each Newspaper. Sandwich Islands, Vancouver Island and British Columbia, 6 cents on letters, 
and 2 cents on papers, and should be mailed not later than the 8th and 22nd of each month, to reach the steamers sailing 
from San Francisco on or about the 1st and lbth of each month. 

STAMPED ENVELOPES. 

The attention of the public is called to the advantage of using Stamped Envelopes rather than Postage Stamps. 
Daily, numbers of letters are dropped in the Post Office without prepayment, with Revenue Stamps, and Stamps cut from 
Stamped Envelopes affixed, which are held for postage ; whereas, by the use of Stamped Envelopes, these letters would go 
forward without delay. 

Persons purchasing Stamped Envelopes of any denomination, in quantities of 500 and upward, may have their 
names and request to return in a specified time printed thereon— not to exceed four lines— free of charge. The Depart- 
ment offers unusual inducements to the public in the sale of Stamped Envelopes. 

C®" The Rules of the Office, made in pursuance of instructions from the Post Office Department, forbid persons not 
in its immediate employ, or otherwise connected with its official transactions, from entering upon the floor. It is hoped 
that no one, whatever his position, will attempt to violate these rules. 

Persons having grievances against the Office, on any account, will please report the fact in writing, or in person, to 
the Postmaster or chief clerk. 

ENDORSED OR REQUEST LETTERS. 

Any letter on which the postage is prepaid, having endorsed upon the outside thereof, in writing or in print, the 
name and address of the writer, if not called for at the Post Office at which it is directed within thirty days, or any less 
time the writer may direct, will be returned to the writer without additional postage, and without a specified request for 
such return being endorsed thereon. 

POSTAL RULES. 

Many errors occur by persons not observing the following regulations in depositing letters, papers, or miscellaneous 
publications in the Office for mailing. 

MONEY SHOULD NEVER BE ENCLOSED IN AN ORDINARY LETTER. 

Direct letters plainly to the Street and Number, as well as the Post Office, County and State. By inserting upon 
letters the County in which the office is located, many errors in superscription might be detected, and mistakes in mailing 
avoided. y 

Head letters with the writer's Post Office and State, Street and Number. Sign them with full name, and request 
that answers be directed accordingly. 

Full payment by Stamps required on all transient printed matter, foreign and domestic. 

All letters not prepaid by stamps, all such as are received in the Office with Stamps cut from Stamped Envelopes or 
with such Postage Stamps as were in use prior to 1861, or with Revenue Stamps on them, are treated as " unmailable," and 
are sent to the Dead Letter Office. 

Valuable letters should in all cases be Registered; and when money is designed to be transmitted, Postal Money 
Orders (to secure safety in transmission) should, when practicable, be obtained. 

A letter once delivered to any one. authorized to receive it, cannot be forwarded without additional postage. 

THE FOLLOWING CLASSES OF LETTERS ARE NOT ADVERTISED. 

Drop Letters unless three cent Postage Stamp is affixed. Letters bearing requests to be returned to the writers, or 
bearing the name and address of the writer. Box Letters, Postal Cards, Letters directed and sent to Hotels, and thence 
returned to the Post Office as unclaimed. Letters returned from the Dead Letter Office to writers. Circulars, free pack- 
ages containing printed documents, speeches, and other printed matter. Official letters from any department of the 
government. 

CITY DELIVERY. 

The public are requested to adopt the house-door letter boxes, the use of which will result in greatly increased 
rapidity in the delivery of letters. 

Free delivery of letters by faithful Carriers will be secured by having them plainly addressed to the street and 
number. 

No necessity exists for persons calling at the office, as all may have their mail matter left at their residence regularly, 
without risk or charge. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS OF STATE, 

Showing the number of Senators and Assembly- 
men each District elects; also the number 
elected by each County separately. 

1st, San Diego and San Bernardino... 1 

San Diego 1 

San Bernardino 1 

2d, Los Angeles 1 2 

3d, Ventura, Santa Barbara 

and San Luis Obispo 1 

Ventura and Santa Barbara 1 

San Luis Obispo 1 

4th, Tulare, Inyo, Fresno, Mono 

and Kern 1 

Fresno 1 

Inyo and Mono 1 

Tulare and Kern 1 

5th, Mariposa, Merced and Stanislaus 1 

Mariposa and Merced 1 

Stanislaus , 1 

6th, Santa Cruz and Monterey 1 

Santa Cruz 1 

Monterey 1 

7th, Santa Clara and San Benito 1 

Santa Clara. 2 4 

8th, San Francisco and San Mateo.... 1 

San Mateo 1 

9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th, S. FranciscoIO 20 

14th, Alameda 2 3 

15th, Contra Costa and Marin 1 

Contra Costa 1 

Marin 1 

16th, San Joaquin and Amador 1 

San Joaquin 1 3 

Amador 2 

17th, Tuolumne and Calaveras 1 

Tuolumne 1 

Calaveras 1 

18th, Sacramento 2 3 

19th, Solano and Yolo 1 

Solano 1 2 

Yolo 1 

20th, Napa, Lake and Sonoma 1 

Napa 1 

Lake , 1 

21st, Sonoma 1 3 

22d, Placer 1 1 

23d, El Dorado and Alpine 1 1 

24th, Nevada and Sierra 1 

Nevada 1 3 

Sierra 1 



25th, Yuba and Sutter 1 

Yuba 2 

Sutter 1 

26th, Butte, Plumas and Lassen 1 

Butte 2 

Plumas and Lassen 1 

27th, Humboldt, Klamath, Mendocino 

and Del Norte 1 

Klamath and Del Norte 1 

Humboldt and Mendocino 1 

28th, Siskiyou, Trinity and Shasta.... 1 

Siskiyou 1 

Trinity and Shasta 1 

29th, Colusa and Tehama 1 1 

40 80 



POPULATION OF THE EARTH. 

The following table, giving the population of the 
earth, is from a report just issued by the United 
States Bureau of Statistics. The figures are bor- 
rowed chiefly from the work of Drs. Behmand Wag- 
ner, issued this year at Gotha, and are founded on 
the most recent authorities. 

The aggregate population of the 

Earth is 1,391,032,000 

Asia contains 789,000,000 

Europe , 300,500,000 

Africa 203,000,000 

America 84,500,000 

In Europe the leading nations are accredited with 
the following numbers : 

Russia 71,000,000 

German Empire 41,000,000 

France 30,000,000 

Austro-Hungary 30,000,000 

Great Britain and Ireland 32,000,000 

Italy (nearly) 27,000.000 

Spain 10,500,000 

Turkey (nearly) 16,000,000 

The other countries do not exceed five millions 
(5,000,000; each. 

In Asia the numbers are as follows : 

China 425,000,000 

Hindoostan 240,000,000 

Japan 33,000,000 

East India Islands 30,500,000 

Burniah, Siam and the Farther Indies 

(nearly) 26,000,000 

Austria 1,674,000 

Polynesian Islands (New Zealand and 

New Guinea being included) 2,763,000 

In Africa the chief divisions are 

West Soudan and the central African 

region, with 89,000,000 

Central Soudan region 39,000,000 

South Africa 20,250,000 

The Galla country and the region East 

of the White Niles 15,000,000 

Samauli 8,000,000 

Egypt 8,500,000 

Morroco 6,000,000 

In America two-thirds of the population is north 
of the Isthmus of Darien, being divided as follows : 

The United States 39,000,000 

Mexico (above) 9,000,000 

British Provinces 4,000,000 

North America is given at (nearly) 52,000,000 

South America 25,500,000 

Of which Brazil contains 10,000,000 

The West India Islands (over) 4,000,000 

Central American States (not quite).... 3,000,000 

According to these tables, London, with 3,254,260 
inhabitants, is the most populous city in the world, 
while Philadelphia, with 674,022 inhabitants (in 
1870), is the eighteenth city in point of population. 



L. L. PAULSOFS HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Following are the eighteen cities, in their respective 
order : 

London 3,254,260 

Sutchan (China) 2,000,000 

Paris L,851,7rt2 

Pokin (China) 1,800,000 

Tschantschau-fu 1,000,000 

Canton 1,000,000 

New York 942,292 

Tienesin 900,000 

Vienna 884,284 

Berlin 820,841 

Hangkau 800,000 

Tschiengtu-fu 800,000 

Calcutta 749,645 

Yokia (Yeddo) 674,447 

Philadelphia 674,022 

Of cities smaller than Philadelphia the leading 

ones are : 

St. Petersburg 667,963 

Bombay 644,405 

Moscow 611,970 

Constantinople 600,000 

Glasgow 547,588 

Liverpool 498,405 

Kio de Janeiro 420,000 



MARINE DISTANCES. 

MILKS. 

New York to Kingston 1,420 

New York to Aspinwall 1,989 

Now York to Havana 1,350 

Panama to San Francisco 3,220 



New York to San Francisco - 5,209 

San Francisco to Yokahama 4,750 

New York to Yokahama 9,959 

Yokahama to Hongkong 1,602 

Shanghai to Hongkong 800 

New York to Hongkong 11,579 

Liverpool to Aspinwall 4,650 

Yokahama to Shanghai 1,210 

New York to Shanghai 11,169 

Southampton to Aspinwall 4,590 

Hamburg to Aspinwall 5,073 

London to Aspinwall 4,(543 

Bremen to Aspinwall 5,023 

Havre to Aspinwall 4,593 

Now York to Liverpool 3,040 

New York to London 3,160 

New York toSouthampton 3,110 

New York to Hamburg 3,540 

New York to Bremen 3,540 

New York to Havre 3,115 

New York and San Francisco via Straits 

of Magellan and Panama 14,700 



DISTANCES BETWEEN THE EAST 
AND WEST BY RAIL. 

MILES. 

New York to San Francisco 3,305 

New Yoi'k to Yokahama 7,520 

New York to Shanghai 8,555 

New York to Melbourne 10,300 

San Francisco to Chicago 2,406 

San Francisco to Pittsburg 2,868 

San Francisco to Boston via New York 3,546 

San Francisco to Philadelphia via N. Y.... 3,401 
San Francisco to Omaha 1,912 



THE STATES OP THE UNION. 



Apportionment for Congressmen. 



STATES. 
(37) 



Alabama , 

Arkansas 

California 

Connecticut 

Delaware , 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi.. 

Missouri ....J 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey , 

New York 

North Carolina.... 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 



Total. 



02' 



50,722 
52,198 
188,981 
4.750 
2,120 
59,248 
58,000 
55,410 
33,s09 
55,045 
81,318 
37,030 
41,346 
35,000 
11,124 
7,800 
50,451 
83,531 
47,156 
65,350 
75,995 
81,539 
9,280 
8,320 
47,000 
50,704 
39,964 
95,274 

1,306 

34,000 
45,000 
274,356 
10,212 

38,352 
23,11011 
1.3,921 



996,992 

484,471 

560,247 

537,454 

125,015 

187,748 

1,184,109 

2,539,891 

1,680,637 

1,194,020 

364,399 

1,321,011 

726,915 

626,915 

780,894 

1,457,351 

1,184,059 

439,706 

827,922 

1,721,295 

122,993 

42,491 

318,300 

906,096 

4,382,759 

1,071,361 

2,665,260 

90,923 

3,521,951 

217,353 

705,606 

1,258.520 

818,579 

330,551 

1,225,163 

442,014 

1,054,670 



18,115,641 266 



54,267 
80,446 
21,547 
133,429 



53,073 
96,709 
105,741 

64,537 
104,392 
95,049 

10S.930 
53,540 
88,215 

107.519 

110,601 
97,459 
35,681 
19,872 

105,195 



IX. 950 

98,016 
73,158 
128,636 
106,435 



20,241 
82,678 
32,231 
46,445 
10,529 
61,201 
13.088 
37,989 
111,945 



292 



State Governments. 



CAPITALS. 



Montgomery 

Little Rock 

Sacramento 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallahasse 

Atlanta 

Springfield 

Indianapolis 

Des Moines 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

New Orleans 

Augusta 

Annapolis 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jefferson City 

Lincoln 

Carson City 

Concord 

Trenton 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Columbus 

Salem , 

Harrisburg , 

Newp'rt&Provd, 

Columbia 

Nashville 

Austin 

Montpelier 

Richmond 

Charleston 

Madison 



Governors 

Term 

Expires. 



Nov. 1874 
Jan. 1877 
Dec. 1875 
May 1874 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1877 
Jan. 1877 
Jan. 1877 
Jan. 1877 
Jan. 1876 
Jan. 1875 
Sept. 1874 
Jan. 1877 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1876 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1876 
Jan. 1878 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1874 
Jan. 1874 
Jan. 1875 
Jan. 1875 
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Incidents of Travel, Adventures, Etc, 



Napa County is bounded as follows : On the north by Lake County; on the west by Sonoma; on the 
south by Solano, and on the east by Solano and Yolo. At the time of the acquisition of California by the 
United States, it formed part of the Northern Military Department of Mexico, the Headquarters of which 
were at Sonoma. It was first organized April 25th, 1851; since then its boundaries have been somewhat 
changed by the Legislature of the State, and it now covers an area of 828 square miles approximately, and 
contains a population of about 12,000 — including 1,600 Chinamen. The principal towns are Napa, St. 
Helena, Yountville and Calistoga; we shall have occasion to allude to them separately in the course of our 
description. 

The important resources of the County are farming and mining. In the valleys the soil is very fertile, 
yielding large crops of wheat, barley, oats, Indian corn, etc.; the side-hill lands are suitable for vineyards, 
and adapted to fig and orange culture; the mountain land, of which there is a considerable area, is not fit 
for cultivation, but furnishes excellent pasturage, and as such, is very valuable. 

There is but little wood-land in the valleys, but plenty of timber in the mountains; sugar-pines and 
laurel trees are abundant, and among them some of unusual size. The oak trees are of the so-called "scrub" 
species, and only available for fuel. 

The principal valleys are the Napa, Suscol, Pope, Berryessa, Capel, Chiles, and Wooden valleys, of 
which more will be said as we carry our reader on a flying trip through the whole County. 

The climate is semi-tropical, similar to that of the southern part of France. In some portions of the 
County, sheltered by the mountains, the thermometer, during the months of July and August, occasionally 
reaches 105 deg. Fahrenheit, but this is seldom; generally the heat is not oppressive, and the morn- 
ings and evenings are cool and refreshing. In winter, ice is sometimes formed, but the "cold spell," as it is 
termed, rarely continues longer than a few days; snow very seldom falls, except in the mountains. The 
rainy season here, as in other portions of the State, begins about November and ends in May, but during 
this period there are many beautiful, clear days, especially in the months of January and February. April 
and May are the most agreeable ; then, Nature has assumed her dress of spring, the temperature is delight- 
ful, and the atmosphere of remarkable purity. The picturesque mountain scenery, the beautiful orchards, 
vineyards and grain fields on all sides, with numerous neat and tasty country residences, nestled among trees 
and shrubbery and surrounded by flower gardens, are very attractive and astonish the tourist. The East- 
ern people, who cross the Atlantic in search of a mild climate during winter, little dream that with much 
less expense and without any of the very disagreeable features of a sea voyage, they can attain their object, 
for California offers all the advantages of climate, and the traveler can dispense with the services of an in- 
terpreter, usually necessary in Continental Europe, and spend the winter among his own countrymen. For 
persons of delicate constitution, especially consumptives, the climate of Napa County is unsurpassed. An 
Eastern tourist, who some time ago visited Napa Valley, speaks of his trip in the following terms : 

11 Icould not forego the pleasure of visiting Napa Valley, as I had heard so much of it. It was in the 
month of April, and spring had fairly set in — the trees and wild flowers were in full bloom — Nature was in 
her splendor. Early one morning I sauntered forth to breathe the fresh air — it was before daybreak and 
all was silent. I followed a path leading up a high hill, hoping to reach the top in time to see the sun 
rise. After considerable climbing and losing myself in the bushes several times, I finally attained the sum- 
mit, and seated myself upon the utmost point of a projecting rock, which commands a view of many miles 



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both up and down the valley. The eastern horizon gradually assumed a roseate hue, which slowly changed 
to purple — the sun, encircled by golden clouds, appears like a king whose dominions are the immensity of 
space. His first rays reflect upon the mountain-tops and gradually descend to the hills, then into the valley. 
The shades of night have faded ; the crow of the cock, the call of the quail, the plaintive notes of the turtle- 
dove, and the shrill cry of the Guinea-hen are heard in the distance ; the silence of night is broken, to be fol- 
lowed by the life and bustle of day. The birds sing and depart for the valley, to seek their food. The smoke 
rising from the chimneys of the cottages below denotes that the morning meal is being prepared. In the 
distance the farmer is hitching horses to his wagon — his daily labor is about to commence. Nature smiles 
as if awakened from a dream, the air is balmy, and the morning breeze comes laden with the perfume of 
the numerous flower gardens in the valley. How edifying ! Though lost in reverie, while contemplating 
and admiring the beauties of nature, we poor humans are continually reminded that we are mortal, and 
that we require nourishment to maintain us in this mundane sphere. My stomach, too, has awakened from 
a dream — the breakfast hour is come — I must retrace my steps to satisfy the cravings of my master. In 
descending to the valley I passed by a schoolhouse, built in a substantial manner, though of simple archi- 
tectural design. It was but seven o'clock ; a number of children had already assembled. Some were play- 
ing marbles, others at ball, while quite an assemblage was seated in the shade of a large oak, engaged in 
the rehearsal of lessons. 

" On the following days I took several rides through the valley. The scenery on all sides is beautiful — 
views for the artist, both landscape and mountain — abundance of game for the hunter and sport for the 
angler. Highly delighted with my trip, I will now bid adieu to California, hoping soon to be enabled to 
settle permanently in the valley of Napa." 

We will now take a hasty tour through the County, visiting every point of note, and, if the reader will 
accompany us, we will endeavor to make the jaunt an interesting one. Leaving San Francisco at 7 a. m. 
by steamer, we reach Vallejo, in Solano County, at about 10 a. m. Here we take the cars of the California 
Pacific Eailroad, reach Napa Junction at 10:30, our train is switched off on the Napa Valley line, and we 
arrive in Napa City at 11 a. m., sufficiently invigorated by the trip to partake of a hearty breakfast. 

NAPA CITY, 

the county seat of Napa County, is situated at the head of tidewater navigation on Napa river, distant about 
44 miles from San Francisco, and 16 miles from Vallejo : it was founded in 1848 by Nathan Coombs. It 
is in daily communication with San Francisco by steamer, and twice daily, at 7 A. m. and at 4 p. M. by 
steamer to Vallejo, and thence by railroad. It is also in direct railroad and telegraphic communication 
with all parts of California and the East. It was incorporated as a town in the winter of 1871, and the first 
municipal election was held on the 6th of May, 1872. The town is built upon an almost level site, and has 
a population of 4,081, (2,283 males and 1,798 females) exclusive of Chinamen. The streets, macadamized 
and nearly all lined with shade trees, are wide and kept in fair order, having commodious sidewalks in good 
repair. The city is lighted by gas and abundantly supplied with excellent water. The climate compares 
favorably with that of the interior of the County, and the health of the city is generally good. The population 
is composed of nearly all nationalities — Americans, Irish, Germans, French, Portuguese, Mexicans, English 
and Scotch — all apparently well to do and energetically following their different callings. 

Schools. — Besides the Public Schools there are the following private educational establishments : 

The Female Seminary, with 125 pupils ; 

The Boys' College, with 125 pupils; 

The Boys' School, with 23 pupils — and 

The German School for Boys and Girls. 

"We will here add, that the County is divided into 38 School Districts, having together 38 Public 
Schools, classed as follows : 

10 Schools of 1st Grade, 
12 Schools of 2d Grade, 
16 Schools of 3d Grade. 

The pupils attending these schools number 1,682 — say 922 males and 760 females. 

Churches. — There are in Napa City the following Churches : One Baptist Church, one Catholic, 
one Disciple, one Episcopal, one Presbyterian, one Advent, one Methodist Episcopal, one German Keformed, 
and one African. 

Among the Societies, we note the following : Masons, Odd-Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Ked Men, 
Good Templars and Grangers. 

Napa is a lively business town; the streets are daily thronged with farmers' wagons, and a very heavy 
trade is done. In walking through the thoroughfares we see all classes of stores — Dry Goods, Millinery, 
Groceries, Drugs, Hardware, Clothing, and all other imaginable commodities are displayed in great variety. 
In the manufacturing line we notice Flouring Mills, Planing Mills, Lumber Yards, Cigar Factories, Whip 



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Factory, Plough Factory, and two Tanneries, one of which is very extensive and comprises a wool pulling 
and washing establishment, employing a large number of hands. There are also Wheelwrights, Carriage and 
Wagon manufacturers, Marble-cutters, Harness-makers, Pump-makers, Coopers, and all other trades are 
represented. 

To accommodate the community with banking facilities, there are two banks, both apparently in 
a prosperous condition. 

There are at present five Hotels in Napa, not one of which is very spacious; we understand, however, 
that John S. Hogan is about to construct one of large dimensions, to equal any hotel in the interior for 
accommodations. 

The Medical and Legal professions are well and ably represented. 

Napa has two newspapers, the Napa Register, (daily and weekly), and the Weekly Reporter; both are 
ably conducted and have a very extensive circulation, not only in the town and County, but throughout the 
State. The Town Hall of Napa is a fine, large structure, and is the only public building worthy of note. 
The Branch Insane Asylum, now being built, about two miles from the Court House, in a southeasterly 
direction, will be a very imposing structure when completed. 

The cosy private residences are very numerous in the City. As we approach the suburbs, we see some 
very elegant villas, surrounded by beautiful gardens, and some of them are more like the " Chateaux of 
Koyalty " than the homes of citizens. We omitted to state that Napa commands the trade of the County 
and also a portion of that of Lake County, and that vessels of about one hundred tons can reach the city. 
It is now very prosperous and bids fair to double its population within the next five years. 

For tourists on a flying trip, we have tarried rather long in Napa, and must now continue our journey. 

We leave by the Napa Valley Kailroad at 11:15 a. m., and passing u Oak-Knoll" station, the princely 
country seat of K. B. Woodward, of Woodward Garden's fame, and Trubody's station, we reach Yount- 
ville, nine miles north from Napa. 

Yountville was named after Mr. Yount, the first white settler in Napa Valley, and has a population of 
147 — 76 males and 71 females. There is a graded school, one church, a society of Grangers, two hotels, 
two general merchandise stores, one saddlery and harness shop, two blacksmiths and wheelwrights. 

The famous winery of Mr. J. Grcezinger, of San Francisco, is located here. 

On the whole, Yountville is a progressive town, and from its favorable location cannot fail to become 
important, — for the special benefit of traveling invalids, we will state that a good physician resides 
here. 

Again on the wing, the next station that we notice is Oak Grove, three miles north from Yountville — 12 
miles from Napa. Here we find a general store, but no other houses in the immediate vicinity. This is a 
pretty spot in the middle of the beautiful Napa Valley. Once more we hear the shrill whistle of the loco- 
motive, and upon inquiry find that we have reached " Kutherford's " station, three miles from Oak Grove — 
fifteen miles from Napa — a little place, most charmingly situated in the centre of Napa Valley. A general 
store, blacksmith shop, saloon, and several houses compose the village. 

We next reach " Vineland " station, entirely surrounded by vineyards ; a place where the traveler can 
dream of wine, but obtain none, as it is a station made for the accommodation of farmers only. Again en 
route, one mile more and we reach St. Helena, 18 miles north-west from Napa. 

St. Helena was named after Mount St. Helena, which was so-called by a Kussian naturalist, Mr. Wos- 
nessensky, (who ascended it in 1841) in honor of the Empress of Kussia. The town ranks second in im- 
portance, having a population of 604 — 326 males and 278 females. 

The first house in St. Helena was built in 1853, by Henry Still, but 21 years ago. During the first 
few years following the settlement, the town grew very little, but in 1856 it awoke from its apparent lethargy, 
and the first hotel was built by A. Tainter. Since then the growth has continued, and to-day St. Helena 
is by far the prettiest inland town in Napa County, and compares very favorably with any town in the State. 
The streets are wide, well macadamized, and run at right angles; nearly all are lined with shade trees. 

There are four churches — Presbyterian, Baptist, Catholic, and Methodist — one of the best public 
schools in the County, employing three teachers ; Lodges of Masons, Odd Fellows, and Grangers. 

In the business portion of the city we notice several brick buildings; the greater number, however, are 
of wood. 

There are all kinds of stores, two good hotels, and nearly all branches of trades and professions are well 
represented. 

St. Helena boasts of some of the finest private residences in the State, and the suburbs are beautiful be- 
yond description. 

In the immediate vicinity there are numerous vineyards and fruit orchards ; the wine and brandy made 
here rank among the best produced in the State. 

The soil in the neighborhood of St. Helena is very productive; wheat is grown in large quantities. Other 
cereals and all kinds of vegetables are also grown, but not to any great extent, wheat and wine being the 
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The climate is beautiful; the cold of winter is unknown, and, although a little warm in the middle of 
the day in summer, the mornings and evenings are always cool and refreshing. The sea breeze coming up 
the valley has an equalizing effect upon the atmosphere both during summer and winter. The sky is nearly 
always clear, of a most beautiful blue, and the air of remarkable purity, which is of great benefit to invalids, 
especially consumptives. 

As we desire to visit the surroundings of St. Helena, we will now engage a private conveyance. There 
being three very complete livery-stables we shall have no difficulty in obtaining excellent horses and a 
careful driver. First of all, however, we must return to our hotel, the St. Charles, to take breakfast and 
provide ourselves with sundry little "necessaries" which travelers usually carry in bottles, the " local 
option " mania not yet having reached this community. Breakfast over, and our team is in waiting to con- 
vey us to the "White Sulphur Springs. " Following a very wide and well built road, in a south-westerly di- 
rection we soon reach a deep canyon leading to the springs, and arrive at the hotel, kept by Mr. Alstrom, 
in just fifteen minutes after leaving town, distance, about two miles. Magnificent roads and good horses, 
dear reader, contribute greatly to shorten distance. 

Here we are, in the most delightful spot of Napa County, and a short description will not be amiss : The 
White Sulphur Springs are situated in a very romantic mountain gorge. The hills on both sides are cov- 
ered with timber and underbrush, presenting a very wild appearance. The place first became noted in 1855, 
at which time a hotel was erected there. The beauties of the surroundings are principally natural, though 
many artificial improvements have been made. 

For the accommodation of tourists and invalids, there is one hotel, with a number of cottages in the 
immediate vicinity belonging thereto, and the whole is under the management of Mr. Alstrom, who has 
won the respect and esteem of the traveling public through his uniform politeness and untiring energy to 
satisfy his visitors. The water of the Springs is of that kind commonly termed Sulphur water. No chemist 
being on hand, we cannot give our readers a correct chemical analysis of it. The bathing establishment is 
very complete and commodious. The scenery is really grand, we should say sublime, with just enough of 
artificial work to show how inferior are the works of man to those of nature. 

For pleasure seekers, the surroundings are unsurpassed. There are trout in the stream near by, plenty of 
game in the neighboring hills; and those hunters desirous of facing a bear can also be accommodated within 
easy distance, so we are told, but desire it distinctly understood that we saw no bears, except those seen on 
California street on " Blue Mondays." 

While we are enjoying the beauties of this favored spot and forgetting all sublunary affairs, we are sud- 
denly reminded that time waits for no one; our driver very politely informs us that, to reach the train, we must 
now depart. Hastily seating ourselves in the conveyance, we depart and reach the hotel in St. Helena just 
in time to pack up and catch the train for Calistoga. Again we are drawn by the " iron horse," the great 
civilizer of modern days, and in thirty minutes we arrive at the end of Napa Valley, the terminus of the 
railroad — Calistoga, nine miles from St. Helena and twenty-seven from Napa. 

Calistoga has become famous for its mineral springs and picturesque location. The former, although 
known by the Indians and Mexicans before the acquisition of California by the United States, attracted no 
attention until 1859, when Samuel Brannan purchased the land upon which they are situated. 

The water of these springs holds in solution sulphur, various salts of lime, soda, and magnesia, and 
they vary in heat from 75 deg. to 200 deg. Fahrenheit. 

In the middle of Calistoga Valley is a small mountain, called Mount Lincoln, from the summit of 
which a very fine and extensive view may be had. On the western side of the hill is the hotel, surrounded 
by pleasure grounds. 

At the bathing establishment, which is very large and complete in all its appointments, visitors can 
obtain different kinds of baths, viz : cold — in water pumped from the Napa Kiver ; warm — in the water 
running from the sulphur springs; and steam baths prepared by Nature, a bath-house being erected imme- 
diately over a spring which provides sufficient steam to satisfy all demands. 

The hotel is very spacious and well kept ; for visitors who desire to live alone and undisturbed by 
the noise of pleasure-seeking society, about twenty-five neat cottages have been provided. 

The town of Calistoga has a resident population of 258 — 151 males and 107 females — all seem to live 
happily in this truly beautiful spot. 

There is one school with two teachers, several churches, three hotels, a number of business houses, 
blacksmith shops, livery stable, etc.; the medical profession is ably represented. 

One of the greatest natural curiosities near Calistoga is the petrified forest, about five miles distant, 
first discovered by C. H. Denison in 1870. 

The road from Calistoga to the forest is very romantic, passing near deep ravines and among hills cov- 
ered with various kinds of trees, such as oaks, madronas, manzanitas, laurels, pines, etc. 

The trunks of the petrified trees vary in length; there are some of 100 feet long — others shorter. Should 
the reader desire to know how they became petrified or whence they came, we can only refer him to some 
professor ; our only answer is " quien sabe." 



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We will now retrace our steps toward Calistoga, and make an ascension of Mount St. Helena, about 
three miles distant to the base and nearly seven miles to the summit. It being already late in the day and 
we a little fatigued — perhaps a little petrified, from being in so close proximity with the trees — we con- 
clude to postpone our trip until morning. At four a. m. we are informed that our horses, and an extra 
mule, packed with all the necessary provisions and " extras," are in waiting, for we belong to a hungry 
family and cannot get along without regular rations. On leaving Calistoga, the road winds through a very 
narrow valley ; on all sides the scenery is beautiful, and, as we approach the base, the forest becomes 
thicker. We finally reach the trail, and after a rather difficult though interesting ride, attain the summit, 
4,343 feet above the level of the Pacific. The view from here is magnificent. With the naked eye we see 
Clear Lake, Lakeport, Upper Lake, Borax Lake, a great portion of Lake County, Cobb and Uncle Sam 
Mountains; beyond the Coast Range, the broad expanse of the Pacific Ocean, with numerous sails in the far 
distance ; on the other side, the great Sacramento Valley, with its towns and villages ; further on, the Sierra 
Nevada Mountains, and close around us numerous smaller mountains, some of which are wooded, while 
others are without vegetation. 

The hour of 11 having arrived, we spread our cloth to partake of some refreshments ; will then begin 
our descent and try our hands at shooting, as quails and other birds are plenty. On one side we notice a ridge 
of very steep mountains, in which of late large deposits of quicksilver have been discovered. Mention was 
first made of this locality in 1859, but was at that time not considered of sufficient importance to commence 
operations. Lately, however, quicksilver has attained such high prices that search has been made in this 
and other localities in the neighborhood with success. 

As we continue our descent we catch sight of numerous deep defiles, high precipices and beautiful views 
on different sides, not noticed when going up, and often stop our horses to admire, for a moment, the magni- 
ficent panorama spread out before us. During our course into the valley we shot quite a number of quail, 
doves, hares and rabbits; we also shot at a deer, but being rather inexperienced, missed him. The height of 
our ambition, however, was to kill a bear. All travelers when visiting distant and partly unexplored regions, 
have a desire to meet with some adventure which can be related at the fireside ; we also possessed that feeling. 
Our wishes, as the continuation of this narrative will show, were gratified, not in a very satisfactory manner 
with the bear, but the more so with a " pretty " little animal which inhabits the valley. 

It was about one o'clock in the afternoon. The day was very warm. We had staked our horses to allow 
them to rest, and had stretched ourselves out in the shade of an oak. Everything was quiet around us ; nature 
seemed to be taking a " siesta." The silence was occasionally broken by the cry of the quail, the song of 
the California nightingale or the hammering of the woodpecker. 

We were recalling to view the beautiful scenery of the morning, and saying : u how interesting it 
would be, if we could only see a bear." This thought continually haunted us and floated uppermost in our 
minds. The old saying of " never paint the devil on the wall, lest he should unexpectedly appear," was 
here verified — for, we suddenly heard a rustle among the bushes and emerging from the underbush, not fifty 
yards from us, we saw a black bear. Immediately seizing our guns, for we had no rifles, we prepared for the 
attack the bear, however, whether from a feeling of contempt for us, or with warlike intentions, came 
toward us. We both fired at once ; the bear stopped, but did "not" fall. Whether our aim was bad, or 
whether we had omitted to put shot into our guns, is yet a mystery; we incline to the latter, however. 
Suffice it to say, that we were dumfounded and were only awakened from our lt trance of terror," when 
the bear was close to us, certainly with no amicable intentions. At this critical juncture, our minds 
had but a single thought, and that was; guess, dear reader, * * * * * * * * * to run! Yes, we did 
run, leaving horses, mule and all our equipments! 

Every one running from danger, whether imaginary or real, frequently looks behind; so did we, when, 
to our great pleasure, we saw the bear making tracks in another direction. 

We halted to take breath, and gradually becoming reassured we retraced our steps to our horses. 
Hastily gathering our things, we left this enchanting spot, with the t firm resolve never to forget the 
"shot" in future. We finally reached the valley, and, in consequence of being unacquainted with the 
neighborhood, missed the right road, finding ourselves on one of the many trails leading in all directions. 
Thinking to bag some more small game — not bears — we reloaded our guns, hoping to strike the right road 
by letting our horses follow their own inclination, or meeting with some wood-cutters of whom to inquire. 
While looking about for something to shoot at, we saw, quite near us, a small animal, of black color, with 
white stripes upon its back. We approached very quietly, and, when within easy range, one of us fired. 
The animal was not killed, but appeared to be wounded, as it did not run away. Thinking to have 
shot some California curiosity, worthy of being presented to a museum of natural history, we hastily ran to 
the spot to catch our prey. When about to lay hands upon it we were rewarded with a very strong 
perfume — not " Cologne." Imagine, dear reader, what it was. We had shot a "skunk !" 

This was by far the most disagreeable adventure; our shameful flight from the bear might never be kno.wn, 
but our ignorance in regard to the latter named quadruped would speak for itself— -" odor will tell," At 



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this juncture we saw a vaquero coming toward us, of whom we made inquiry in regard to the nearest road 
to Calistoga. He pointed out the direction, then turning his horse from us, smilingly exclaimed: " Dios 
que olor ! ' ' 

"We immediately departed, and reached Calistoga in time to take the train for St. Helena, where we 
arrived in the evening. 

Our first occupation was the "burial of our clothing, so that we might, without offending the olfactory 
nerves of the other guests, take our seats at the supper table. Here we will remain over night and to-mor- 
row resume our journey homeward, through some of the most productive valleys of California. Horses 
being cheap, we will purchase a couple to continue our trip, as we have a number of places to visit before 
reaching Napa. Following the road, which runs in a south-easterly direction, on the edge of Napa Valley, 
we reach Conn Creek, seven miles from St. Helena. Here we cross the stream and proceed up a deep canyon 
until we reach Conn Valley, named after C. Conn, who was the first settler in the neighborhood and still 
resides there. 

Conn Valley, covering an area of about 1,200 acres, is well watered by Conn Creek. The land is very 
productive, and yields large quantities of wheat of excellent quality. Now we proceed through Chiles 
Canyon to Chiles Valley. The scenery is beautiful beyond description, and the atmosphere very refresh- 
ing, as the sun never penetrates the thick foliage and the heat is seldom oppressive. 

This valley was named after J. B. Chiles, the first settler, and covers an area of about 6,500 acres of 
excellent land. 

The principal produce of this locality is wheat, although barley is also raised to a considerable extent. 

From here we proceed in a northerly direction and enter Pope Valley, which covers an area of about 
20,000 acres, as near as we can estimate. Wheat is the principal product, although fruit, vegetables, etc., 
are raised for local consumption. There are two general stores, one blacksmith shop, a saloon, and a sort 
of a "way-house." A good hotel is much needed and loudly called for by all travelers, we among the 
number. 

In the north-western end of this Valley are located the famous " Phcenix" and u Valley" Quicksil- 
ver Mines, with a population of 90. We spent several hours in these mines, and on our return to Napa, 
will give our readers a full description of what we saw there. 

Again the shades of night are falling, and we will seek repose, as the exercise of the day has somewhat 
fatigued us. At 4 a. m. we are in the saddle and ready to continue our journey. 

Following a mountain road in a north-easterly direction, we soon reach Schnell Valley, covering an 
area of several hundred acres, owned entirely by C. Booker. There is nothing of great importance to note 
here, and we will continue by a mountain road, crossing Putah Creek, the second largest stream in the 
County, and reach Mysterious Valley at 9 a.m., having traveled slowly so as not to fatigue our afnimals — 
we mean ourselves. 

Mysterious Valley has, in reality, nothing very mysterious about it, at least so far as we could discover. 
The reason why it was so called is unknown to us. It covers an area of about 500 acres of good, arable 
land. 

Continuing on our course in the same direction, through sage-brush and over mountains, we next reach 
the li Manhattan Quicksilver Mines," (population of this camp, 75), and a mile further, the " Knoxville 
Quicksilver Mines," with 276 inhabitants — a description of both of which will be given with those form- 
erly mentioned. 

Being desirous of reaching the Berryessa Valley as soon as possible, we must hasten our horses. The 
road from Knoxville runs in a southerly direction, along the bank of Ericuera Creek, toward Monticello, 
which town we reached at 10 p. m. 

Nothing of any note occurred to us to-day, so we have no adventure to narrate — suffice it to say, that 
we found excellent accommodations in the hotel at Monticello, and were highly satisfied with the gentle- 
manly and polite treatment received at the hands of the proprietor, E. A. Peacock. Monticello is a thriv- 
ing village, situated in the beautiful and productive Berryessa Valley. It is 24 miles north of Napa and 
has a population of 99 — 55 lords of creation and 44 daughters of Eve. Monticello is entirely supported by 
the farming community; has two general stores, two blacksmith shops, one saddlery store, one hotel, and 
one saloon. We were much astonished to hear that, to retain a physician in the Berryessa Valley, the 
residents are obliged to pay a fixed salary, for cases of sickness are so very rare that the income from his 
practice would not suffice to support the doctor. 

In this connection a tale is recalled to our memory. One of the kings of Persia sent a very eminent 
physician to Mohammed, who, remaining a long time in Arabia without practice, grew weary, and present- 
ing himself before the Prophet, thus addressed him : " By my superiors I was sent here to practice medi- 
cine ; but, since I came, I have had no opportunity of showing my skill, as no one seems to be ill." 
Mohammed replied : " It is the custom of this country never to eat without being hungry, and never to eat 
too much." Such appears to be the case with the people in Berryessa Valley, for, as before said, sick- 
ness is almost unknown, and a doctor can scarcely earn his salt. 



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The Berryessa Valley lies at an elevation of 360 feet above the sea, and covers an area of about 36,000 
acres, mostly excellent farming lands. The product consists chiefly of wheat, which is grown in enormous 
quantities ; we are told that the shipment of this cereal amounts to over 300,000 bushels per year. 

The shape of the valley is oblong, surrounded by mountains, which, for the most part, are covered 
with timber. 

The scenery is very romantic, and among the finest we have yet seen. 

There are four school districts in the Valley and two churches, but as we have still a long road to travel , 
and not being religiously inclined — although this is Sunday — we did not visit the latter. 

The sun is already high in the heavens, it is past 11, and, if we desire to reach Napa to-day, it is time to 
start. In leaving Berryessa Valley we see two roads, the one leading through Putah Canyon at a grade of 
fourteen feet per mile; the other, a mountain road, rather more difficult to travel, but offering finer scenery 
to the tourist. "We shall take the latter. After a ride of about an hour, we reach Cherry Valley, a pretty 
spot, nearly three miles long, by about one-half mile in breadth. 

The principal product of this locality is wheat, though other grain is also grown. Sheep-raising is also a 
feature of this neighborhood. 

There are two small vineyards in this valley, but not of sufficient importance for us to stop. "We now 
cross a range of hills and enter Capel Valley, which has an area of about 7,000 acres of well watered and 
very productive land. Capel Creek runs through the entire valley, is never dry, and offers good sport for 
the angler. There is also plenty of game, but we have had sufficient experience in hunting, for the present, 
at least, and we shall not indulge in that kind of amusement. 

E. H. Bragg is the largest land-owner in this valley, and is by far the most enterprising resident of the 
whole neighborhood. He has a beautiful farm, yielding large crops of hay, wheat, etc., although his prin- 
cipal pursuit is stock-raising. Quicksilver has been discovered in the range of hills dividing Capel Valley 
from Foss Valley, but no important developments have as yet been made. 

Foss Valley, the next on our road, covers an area of about 2,500 acres, and lies at an elevation of over 
1,200 feet above the sea level. This is a sheep-raising community, the farming interest being second in im- 
portance. William Clarke is the principal land-owner and stock-raiser of the locality. We had the inten- 
tion of reaching Napa to-day, but having spent much time in visiting ;the different places of interest, we 
gladly accept the kind invitation, politely extended by Mr. Clarke, to stop over night. 

The evening was passed in social enjoyment ; several young ladies favored us with vocal music, and we 
concluded that we had really found an oasis in a social desert. We rose early in the morning, and, after 
having partaken of an excellent breakfast, we will bid adieu to our amiable host and continue on our jour- 
ney. We now follow a trail leading over a ridge of hills and descend into Wooden Valley, which derives 
its name from John Wooden, whose acquaintance we had the pleasure of making, and found him by no 
means wooden John, but, on the contrary, a very active man. 

The Valley is circular in form, is well watered,[and contains about 2,000 acres of good farming and 
grazing lands. There is also plenty of timber, consisting principally of oaks. We now cross a ridge of 
hills in an easterly direction and reach Gordon Valley, named after, and chiefly owned by Nan Gordon, the 
oldest settler of the locality. We will now continue our travels in a south-easterly direction, passing through 
numerous small valleys and over the Bald Mountain range, and reach Napa City at 2 p. m. Since leaving 
Gordon Valley nothing of note has occurred, and to describe the scenery would only be to repeat what we 
have said before — it is beautiful. 

On reaching Napa we are heartily welcomed by our host, John S. Hogan, of the Napa Hotel, and we 
will now rest until to-morrow, and then make a little excursion in another direction. 

We arise very early and intend to visit the Napa Soda Springs, distant about 5 miles from Napa City. 
The road leads in a northerly direction through Napa Valley, then up the mountain side to an elevation of 
about 700 feet above the level of the Valley. The scenery is very picturesque and the general surroundings 
are romantic. x 

These Springs were first discovered in 1853, but not much was known of them until 1856, when the ex- 
periment of bottling the water for shipment to San Francisco and other places was made, and proved very 
successful. The water holds in solution 

Bicarbonate of soda, 
Carbonate of magnesia, 
Carbonate of lime, 
Chloride of sodium, 
Sub-carbonate of iron, 
Sulphate of soda, 
Silicious acid, and 
Alumnia. 

There is a hotel at the Springs, and numerous visitors and invalids go there in search of health and 
pleasure. 



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It is the intention of the proprietor, we understand, to erect a very large hotel on the premises, to enable 
him to accommodate the increasing number of visitors. 

Late in the afternoon we return to Napa, and will to-morrow leave the County by the way of Soscol 
Valley. 

Leaving Napa, we take an easterly direction over a good but steep mountain road, and cross a portion of 
the Bald Mountain ridge to descend into Wild-Horse Valley. From its name we were led to believe that wild 
horses might be seen in this valley, and for the purpose of gratifying our curiosity we left the road leading 
direct to Soscol. When we reached the valley, however, we saw nothing wild, except the scenery, and con- 
tented ourselves with that. We now strike a south-westerly direction, and after crossing a high hill, reach 
the Soscol road and continue upon it, passing by the "Insane Asylum " in course of construction, and we 
arrive in Soscol Valley at noon. 

Soscol is a station for farmers and teamsters, and has a very good and well kept hotel. 

We continue in a south-westerly direction, and come to the famous fruit orchard of Simpson Thompson. 
This orchard is very extensive, and produces an enormous amount of fruits of all kinds. 

Mr. Thompson's place is one of the most attractive of Napa County, having a beautiful residence with 
all appurtenances for ease and comfort. He first introduced the system of raising fruit without irrigation ; 
the general management of the establishment is now under the supervision of his son, James M. Thompson. 

Adjoining Mr. Thompson's place is that of W. Gouverneur Morris ; this, also, is a beautiful farm, hav- 
ing a very extensive fruit orchard. Mr. Morris' country seat is called " Morrisiana," after the home of his 
parents in the State of New York. 

Soscol Valley is the second in size of Napa County, and covers a large area of excellent farming land. 
It contains a great number of fruit orchards ; the two above alluded to, however, are the largest and most 
important. Large quantities of wheat are raised in this neighborhood, besides other cereals, vegetables, etc. 

It compares favorably with Napa Valley, though the scenery of the latter is more romantic, and 
offers more attractions to the tourist and invalid. 

We now proceed to Napa Junction, the connecting point of the Napa Valley and California Pacific 
Kailroads. 

Fortunately we have been enabled to dispose of our horses at fair prices, and will, for the present, bid 
farewell to our readers who have followed us on our trip. We hope that they may have enjoyed the tour in 
imagination as much as we have in reality. 

Our next excursion will be through Lake County, where the scenery is of a different nature, and the 
attractions are of a different kind. Au revoir. 



RESUME OF POPULATION OF NAPA COUNTY. 



PLACES 


Males 


Females 


Total 


Napa City........ 


2,283 

326 

151 

76 

55 

235 

57 

70 

33 

2,721 


1,798 

278 

107 

71 

44 

41 

17 

5 

20 

2,046 


4,081 

604 

258 

147 

99 

276 

74 

75 

53 

4,767 


St. Helena — 

Calistoga 

Yountville 


Monticello 


i 
Knoxville Mine 

Phoenix Mine 


Manhattan Mine 


Valley Mine 


Farming Community 




Total 


6,007 


4,427 


10,434 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 9 

In the course of our narrative we promised our readers to give them an account of what we saw while 
visiting the mines. The most important among these is the 

KEDINGTON QUICKSILYEK MINE, 

Situated at Knoxville, 50 miles north of Napa, and 25 miles north-east of Calistoga, on the road from 
Napa through Berryessa Valley. We understand that the company is now constructing a road to Calistoga. 
The reduction works of this mine are said to be the most complete of any in the State, and it is also claimed 
that the general management is the most perfect. 250 men are constantly employed, who together with 
their families form a large community. There are a number of cottages, a hotel, a large store, a meeting 
hall, and a school, all maintained by the company for their employes. The present product of the mine is 
about 800 flasks of 67^ pounds each of quicksilver per month. This mine was formerly called the 
X. L. C. K., and was incorporated in 1861; in 1862 it was leased to Knox and Osborn for one year; at this 
time the stock came into the hands of its present owners, who named it the Kedington, after a member of the 
firm of Kedington, Hostetter & Co., of San Francisco. 

The reduction works consists of two furnaces of hewn-stone with a capacity of 100 tons each per 
week, and two Knox and Osborn' s patent continuous furnaces, with a capacity of 25 tons each per day. 
The hoisting works and pumps are very powerful, and are arranged so as to be serviceable even at a depth 
of 1,000 feet. Up to the present time the mine has produced 3,605,863 pounds of quicksilver, of the value 
of $2,195,206.79, and this without ever having levied an assessment. 

THE PHCENIX QUICKSILVER MINE 

Is located in Pope Valley, on the side of a steep mountain, and was incorporated in 1868. It was first dis- 
covered by John Newman. This is also very valuable property. 

We will further mention the Pope Valley, Washington Valley and Oakville mines, but it is not 
necessary to give any description of them. 



Some forty years ago the Indians were very numerous in Napa County. Even as late as 1831, when 
Mr. Tount arrived in Napa Valley, there were several tribes, numbering together over 2,500 ; to-day there 
are but very few. They have been superseded by the race of progress, like the bow and arrow by the rifle, 
the parchment by the printing press, the ox-cart by the locomotive, and as we, the proud race of to-day, 
shall probably disappear before our superiors in physical and mental powers. Our decay will certainly be 
less rapid, but decay we shall, and the time will come when our most extraordinary inventions will be 
looked upon by our successors as we look upon the signal telegraph of our forefathers. The age of steam 
is soon to be followed by the age of electricity ; the present generation may not witness it, but what is a 
generation in the life of man — a century in the time book of the world ? 

As we have before stated, the population of Napa County numbers at the present time about 11,000, 
exclusive of Chinamen. 

The amount of taxable property for the year 1873 was $7, 580, 264, as shown by the assessor's books. 

The production of wine, cereals, fruits and metal is steadily increasing ; the quicksilver shipped from 
St. Helena during the first five months of this year amounted to 31,329 pounds. The crops not being yet 
harvested, we cannot give their extent, but can safely say that they are very large. 

The time is not distant when the population will be trebled. The beautiful climate, the great product- 
iveness of the soil, and the very favorable geographical position of the country, will attract thousands of 
emigrants from the Eastern States and Europe. California is destined to be a great country. From here 
civilization will be extended toward the west ; we shall carry enlightenment on its circuit around the world 
and become the tutors of that oldest of empires — China. The French proverb will be verified, il Les ex- 
tremes se touchent." 



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NAPA CITY, CAL. 



C. HARTSON, Pres. W. C. WATSON, Cash. 



CAPITAL PAID UP IN D. S. SOLD COIN, 

$250,000. 

Transacts a General Banking and 
Exchange Business. 

ATTENDS TO THE COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS AND MONEYS 



INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. 



CORRESPONDENTS : 

San Francisco — The National Gold 
Bank and Trust Co. 

New York— The First National Bank, 
and Wells, Fargo & Co. 




HENRY C, HORSTMEYER 



t 



HIES, psovisioir 

CUTLERY, 

Ammunition, Hardware, &c. 



AND DEALER IN 



. I». O. STORE, 

H&ia II., Napa City. 



PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD. 



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ATTENTION, HORTICULTURALISTS ! 



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TO THE IMPROVED 



PATBffT PLOW 



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For the Cultivation of \ineyards and Orchards. It can also be used to great advantage in the cultivation of Grain, 
Potatoes, and every article of farm produce. Farmers and Cultivators generally, cannot afford to ignore this great im- 
provement, and will do well to call and give it a thorough examination. 

JOHN C. POTTER, Spring Street, St. Helena, Cal. 



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HERTE7 BITTERS ? Proprietor. 



This Way-side Hotel has just been re-fitted and occupied by the present 
Proprietor, and can be recommended as one of the BEST PLACES OF 
ENTERTAINMENT of the entire interior. 

MR. BITTERS evinces an admirable adaptability for the business he is 
at present engaged in, by his attention to the comfort of his Guests. 

His Table is Furnished with an unsparing hand, 

Everything which the season and locality affords finding a place upon it, and 
what is still more important, every attention being given to its proper preparation. 
Every convenience can be afforded to parties Traveling with Teams, 
there being a 



AND HAY AND FEED OF ALL KINDS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

It is the only place from Middletown to Calistoga which offers these facilities, 
as the writer remembers to have recently learned while traveling over the road. 
This Hotel is but a short distance from, and on the road to 

The Great Western Quicksilver Mines. 

Parties overtaken by night in this vicinity can remain here until morning, and 
by an early start, reach Calistoga in time for the Early Train to San Francisco. 

Remember: THE MOUNTAIN MILL HOUSE, 



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MANTJFACTTJKER OP 



Carriages, Buggies and Wagons 



OF AE.X. EC ENDS. 





140 XCAXN STREET, ITAFA CITT. 

REPAIRING AND JOB WORK 

OF ANY CHARACTER, PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
^,^.^ 

The greatest care is used in the selection of Stock, and nothing but the 

Best of Material is used. 

Perfect Satisfaction respecting work, is guaranteed in every instance. 



MR. KENDIG IS ALSO AGENT FOR THE 

IliHI'i 



W IK #f & 






Which is acknowledged to be the Best and Cheapest Eastern "Wagon ever 
introduced to the Pacific Coast Trade. 

Call at 140 MAIN STREET and examine my Stock for yourselves. 

DAITIEL KE1TLIC, 

Napa City, Napa County, Cal. 



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H. G. BADDELEY. ¥M. BADDELEY. 

PROPRIETORS OP 





AND DANCING HALL, 

Sufficiently removed from the business part of the city. Among the 
attractions of the place is a fine 



©@^&E^}^ ^&&P<J£ 



S> 



and a portion of the Lawn is devoted to the Fashionable, Fascinating and 

Healthful Game of 



The use of the Bowling Alley and Croquet Ground is free to patrons of the 
establishment. 

A good WINE ROOM is connected with the establishment, where liquid 
Refreshments, of an absolutely pure nature only, are dispensed. 

To parties wishing a 

this is offered at Reasonable Rates. Social Dances will be held here at short 
intervals, to which all are cordially invited. Good Music will be in attend- 
ance, and all may rely upon no disreputable persons being admitted. 

We also have a HALL over our place of business, on Main Street, 
which we will Let for LECTURES, CONCERTS, EXHIBITIONS, &c, at 
low figures. Its acoustic properties are good, benches new, and all of its 
appointments are perfect. 

We would also invite all who are fond of a good glass of 

GENUINE BURTON ENGLISH ALE, 

to call and see us. Our Liquors and Ales are all Pure, and challenge 
criticism or comparison. 



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DR. WM. M. MICHAEL, 

RESIDENCE— MAIN STREET, 

ZDsT©3:t Door above Klettle-well 7 s ZBlstclsisi^iitli Sliop, 

ST. HlILiNIA, @AL, 

m 



OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. 
Especial attention given to Throat and Lung Complaints. 



BB. C. H. DAYK 



Surgeon Dentist, 




OFFICE, MAIN STREET, ST. HELENA, NAPA CO., CAL. 



Teeth Extracted without Pain. 



OPERATIONS PERFORMED QUICKLY, ABLY 
AND REASONABLY. 



Plate Work of all kinds given Especial Attention. 



DISEASED TEETH TREATED. 



Filling of all kinds done in a Superior Manner. 



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FASHION LIVERY STABLE 

XJHSTGOTJIST AVENUE, 



W# $% ftSH^f^ Wt®$ ri<et#3?# 



SADDLE 




HORSES 



For LADIES and ^JHB 

m xi & & i s s ==§0 

(DOUBLE OK SINGLE). 

iAili and Til 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 

CAREFUL DRIVERS FURNISHED. 



Parties taken to any of the Fashionable Watering Places or Towns, 



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EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 



BY. 



O. P. HODDY, - Editor and Proprietor. 



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R. H. DALEY & T. A. EISEN, 



Offices : NAPA CITY, and 5 POST STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

BUILDINGS SUPEMNTEMDEDT^f 

C Sketches made to Order. 

C Contracts and Bonds Drawn. 

SPECIFICATIONS 

X 

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\ For Stores, Churches, Banks, Shops, 
J Dwellings, etc. etc. 

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\ Of Every Description of "Work Furnished. 

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AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY. 

Furnished to Teachers at the lowest discount. San 
Francisco orders promptly attended to. 

Old Pianos Taken in Exchange for New. 

I am Agent for the 

HAZ ELTON PIANOS AND ESTEY ORGAN, 

Which have no superior in the world. 
Special attention given to repairing Organs 



•f ©very description made to order at San Francisco prices 

School Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, 
Wooden and Willow Ware, 

Crockery and Glass Ware. 

J. T. TUTTLE, 

Second Street, near Main, Napa City, Cal. 
3 






For all kinds of 



Teaming, Draying, and Hauling 



IN THIS COUNTY OR LAKE. 



Work done at the shortest notice and on 
the most reasonable rates. 



ALL ORDERS LEFT WITH 

-TWTTuTJZAJlsJX. JUL. BOGGS, 

Ileal Estate mi §ummt Qtft 

HI Main Street, bet. 1st and 2d, tfapa City, 

Will receive prompt attention. 

R. S. THOMPSON, 

IMPORTER AND BREEDER OF 




Ttawfal Wire Swine 



Always on hand a large stock which 
I agree to sell at 

SATISFACTORY PRICES. 

Call and see for yourselves, at 

Three and a half miles west of 

HTJ*l.¥>J± CIT1T. 



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ALLEN, PARKS & KIMBALL, 

DEALERS IN 

MftOWA&G 

Iron, Steel, Goal, Pumps, 



AGRICULTURAL 




J± UST TD- 



CARPENTERS' IMPLEMENTS. 




7oinB 




■J^JSTTD- 




House Furnishing Goods, 



Paints, Oik Glass, Wood and Willow Ware, 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

itia* Copper* 



.A. INT 33 



Main Street, Napa City, Cal. 



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ULRICH * 




GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP 

No. 136 Main Street, Napa City, Oal. 



ZFLopauLrMiELg; Of £1,11 1^.1 IX els of 

Agricnltnrftl Implements} 

AND GENERAL JOB WORK, 

Done with Neatness, Durability and Dispatch. 
We also have on hand, and manufacture to order, all kinds of 




All Work done in the best of style, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. 

MOODY, ULRICH & SMITH, 

136 Main Street, Napa City, Cal. 



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Armory Hall Building, Main St. Napa City, Cal. 
FRANCIS & GARDNER, Proprietors. 



The only Republican Paper in Napa County. 

A First-class Family Newspaper. 



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Published every Saturday, at $3.00 per Year. 








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of any Paper Published in Napa County. 



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St Helena Bazaar 






Variety Store, 



9 



A. B. BEACH, Proprietor, 

Dealer in the Best Brands of 

aai il| 

FOREIGN ASf» DOMESTIC. 

STATIONERY, 

TOILET ARTICLES, 

CONFECTIONERY, NUTS, CANDIES, 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, 

FISHING TACKLE, 
FANCY ARTICLES, &c. 
Special attention given to Supplies for Picnic' Parties. 

MAIN STREET, ST. HELENA. CAL. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 




S. E. COR. BROWN AND FOURTH STS. 



WILLIAM M. BOGGS, 

AND 

NOTARY PUBLIC, 

Cor. First and Main Streets, 

NAPA CITY, CAL. 



AGENT IF 1 O :E=L 

COMMERCIAL UNION 

Of London, and the 

HARTFORD INS. CO. 

Of Hartford, Conn. 

Prices Lower than the Lowest ! 

AT THE 

CITY CASH STORE, 

WM. J/ENSCH, Proprietor, 

—DEALER IN— 

General Merchandise, 

A LARGE STOCK AND GREAT TARIETT 

— OF — 

The VERY BEST GOODS 

Kept in any Pirst-class Store always on hand, 
and constantly receiving a new supply of 

sis rasbss sarsxs®! 

"Which I guarantee to sell at satisfactory 

Prices. Call and examine my Stock 

for yourselves. 

Cor. MAIN and FIRST STS. 

NAPA CITY, CAT,. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



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n. or„ ois^KH'S 



HORSE-SHOEING, 

AMD 

General Blacksmithing Shop, 

MAIN STREET, (ABOYE STONE BRIDGE,) 
NAPA CITY. CAL. 



-ALSO KEEPS- 



Rlxeniaatic & Mwm BrraPf 

WMcl is a Sure Cure for all Impurities of tie Blood. 

None Genuine without my Signature on the Label. 



Horse Liniment and Ointment 



Always on hand and for sale. 




Monuments, Tombstones 

ll&RSLB MANTELS, &C. 
In every style, at San Francisco prices. 



Just received from the East. 



NAPA CITY, CAL. 



JAMES GILES, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Furniture and Bedding 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS, CARPETING, 



PAINTS, OILS, TARNISHES, 



Corner of Brown and] First Sts. 

axr.^jp.A. soity. 



Constantly on hand a full supply of 

Rosewood Coffins, Barstow's Metallic Caskets 

AND1BURIAL CASES. 

Picture 'and Cornice Mouldings, Lace Curtains, &c.&c 

DEALER IN 






Main Street, (aboye.Stone Bridge,) 
NAPA CITY, CAL. 



A SPECIALTY, 

Beinff done with neatness and dispatch, and at 
SATISFACTORY PRICES. 



I also keep a general assortment of 

SADDLERY and HARNESS WARES. 

Repairing and General loD Work Promptly attended to. 



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I». L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OP 



m mm Wm \lm iff. 



DEALERS IN 



Groceries aid Liprs, 



DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE 



General Merchandise. 



EOTHERFORD, CAL. 



Produce Bo-uiglit auii.<3. Sold 



J0HA8801 & FRIEDLANDER, 



DEALERS IN 



Dry Goods, Clothing, k 



NAPA BANK BLOCK, 



Between Main and Brown Sts. NAPA CITY. 



We call the particular attention of every DRY GOODS 
and CLOTHING BUYER to our Well Selected Stock, 
which we offer to all consumers at 

THE VERY LOWEST FIGURES! 

Stating that our facilities are such as to enable us to give 

EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS! 

And that our mode of doing business will satisfy every 
buyer, as No Goods are Misrepresented. 

JONASSON & FRIEDLANDER, 

Second Street, Napa. 



RAILROAD HOUSE, 

RAILROAD AVENUE, 
Opposite the Depot, St. Helena, Cal. 



The BAR will be constantly supplied with the 
finest Brands of 

Wl&es* LlQura and {fie ars 



One of P. LIESENFELD'S Splendid 




For the use of those who enjoy the Game. 



Meals at all Hours. 

Oysters on the Half-Shell. 
E. HEYMANN, Prop'r. 



■)?•€!• 



<§> i!ip® 




1ST -A. Z> A. O I T "ST, 

^Rooms over Bank of Napa^^^J 
COR. MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. 



Greatest care and tenderness exercised in 

Treating, Filling and Extracting. 

TIgTH) l)li«8IE$Tri® 

On Gold, Vulcanized Celluloid, &c. 



TVAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



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Name. 



ALLEN, PARKS & KIM- 
BALL 

ALLEN C H 

ASH W H 

AMSTUTZ HL 

Andrews Win 

Ash Thos 

ALGEO T H 

Allen Geo 

At wood E 

Ashley Geo 

Anguin W 

Adsit S... 

Anderson A 

Alven John 

AYER CHAS A 

Acuif & Owens 

AcuffM 

ARMSTRONG ALBERT. 

ARNOLD B W 

Allen John 

Adams & Welsch 

Adams W 

Anderson Edward 

AMESBURY H N 

Amos Henry 

Ayer John 

ALSTROMS 

Arford D 

ArfordHB 

Arford C 

Anthony J 

Andrews J 

Amos Milton 

Amesbury Thos 

ALLEN HH 

Armstrong J J 

ADAMSON O P 

Allison J H 

Ash brook Thos 

Ashbrook H 

Ashbrook Ira B 

Aniser X . 

Adams John 

Adams John, Jr 

Betterline F 

Bowen Jesse 

Brayton J G 

Beard E D 

Brown EH 

Burnell E 

Burns James , 

BRINKLEY H G 

BOGGS WM M 

BOYNTON E N 

BROWN Mrs W R 

BARNARD Mrs H F 

BLOOMFIELD Mrs J 

Barnard J 

Baxter Capt 

Buckingham B 

Brack L 

Boggs A G 

Baddeley HG 

Baddeley Wm 

Buffer Mrs C 

BRINKMANN H 

Brooks L 

Brown H 

Brisch Henry 

Brown Geo 

Brock Mr 



Occupation. 



Hardware 

Hardware 

Merchant 

Jeweler 

Miller 

Laborer 

Tanner 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

M E Minister. 

Mechanic 

Drayman 

Dentist 

KE&WFAgt 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Hotel 

Merchant 

Shoemaker 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Engineer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

W Sul Springs 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Plasterer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Tinner , 

Bookkeeper 

Photographer... 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Attorney 

Liquor dealer.... 

Tobacconist 

EealEst. &Insur 

Druggist :... 

Millinery 

Millinery 

Hairdresser 

Mechanic 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Insurance 

Co Treasurer 

T P Constable... 
Ni°rht watchman 



Tobacconist 



Gardener. 
Musician . 
Laborer .. 
Laborer . . 



Place or Business. 



Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 
McKinstry Street.... 



McKinstry Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Spring Street 

Lincoln Avenue 

Lincoln Avenue 

Lincoln Avenue 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

^Etna Mines 

Napa Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Napa Valley 

2J m SW St Helena... 

Main Co Eoad 

Main Co Eoad 

Main Co Eoad 

East side Napa Eiver, 

Conn Creek 

Main Co Eoad 

Main Co Eoad 

Main Co Eoad 



Main Co Eoad. 



Cherry Canyon 

Cherry Canyon 

Cherry Canyon 

Cherry Canyon 

Ericuera Creek 

Napa County 

Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Cor Main and Third... 
Cor Main and Second 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 3d and 4th... 
Main bet 3d and 4th... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
1st bet Main & Brown 

Main Street 

2d nr Eevere Hotel.... 



Cor Main and Second 

Court House 

Court House 

Court House 



Cor Brown and 4th. 



Eesidence. 



Second and Eandolph, 



Franklin Street.... 

Grant Avenue 

First Street 

Calistoga Avenue. 

Third Street , 

Eailroad Street 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Spring Street 

Lincoln Avenue, 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



\\ m W Napa City 

2 m "W Napa City 

2mSWNapa City 

20 m NW Napa' City 

3 m NW Napa City.... 
3 mNWNapa City.... 
3 mNW Napa City.... 
16^ m N Napa City.... 
13 m NNapa City 

16 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

16 m NNapa City 



14 m N Napa City. . 
18 m NE Napa City , 



18 m NE Napa City 
22 m NE Napa City , 
35 m NE Napa City 
35mNENapa City, 

Pearl Street , 

Clay Street 

Main Street , 

Coombs Street 



Coombs Street. 



Main bet Val and Jack. 

Napa Hotel 

Main Street 



Oak Street 

Cross Street 

Grant Avenue 

Cor Third and Franklin 
Cor Coombs and Clay.. 

Brown Street 

12 Main Street 



Grant Avenue 

Union Street 

Pearl Street 

Union Street 

Washington Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Eutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Eutherford. 
St Helena. 
Capel. 
Chico. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



BROWNRIDGE MRS R.. 

Barker Mrs 

Borreo Mr 

Bradt A 

Baumeister Fred 

BEGELSPAOHBR M 

BallH 

Balsco 

Brink Col 

Bowcros Kev S 

Breitenstein J 

Bradford 

Bailey A 

Bradshaw Benj 

Brisco Thos 

Biggs E 

Bellenir Wm 

Bog.,rt Mrs E 

Bennett D 

Bohlken JM 

Bramlet K 

Brandon E 

Byers Jas 

Bentley Mrs E 

Berry Mrs I 

BOG-GS GV 

Borreo & Co F 

Barry J B 

Brown Geo 

Beirt Alice 

BEACH A B 

Banks J E 

BUSSENIUS H R 

Binding TG 

Basten P 

BADLAM E B 

Butler Jos G 

Butler O G 

BALDWIN N 

Bryant H T 

Boyce W P 

BROWN SAM'L O 

Blake CM 

Bennett Henry 

Benson L 

Benton L 

Brown E D 

Brown John 

Bruce A 

Bumsted C 

Baner Fred 

Behen Chas 

Brown Jas 

BECK CHAS J 

Brandlin John 

Boke J H 

BLUCHER GEO 

Backus Uurdon 

Bourne W B 

Bremberg John B 

BUHMAN JOHN 

BUTLER A D 

BROCKHUSST HENRY. 

BLAKE ANDREW 

BEAGLES WH 

BOGGS J O 

Baldridge Mr 

BOWEN JOHN 

Benkiser G P 

Bradley W F 

BIRRAGE G S 

BURKET C 



Milliner. 



Hogan's Block 



Vegetables 
Carpenter.. 

Barber 

Baker 

Saloon , 

Sadler 



First Street 

Hogan's Block 

First Street 

Brown 



Main Street 

Franklin 

Franklin 

First and Coombs. 
Napa Hotel 



M E Minister. 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Mechanic 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Teamster 

Teamster 



Farmer , 
Laborer. 
Farmer . 
Laborer. 
Laborer 



Teamster.. 

Grocer , 

Dairyman, 
Laborer ... 



First Street. 



Variety Store.. 

Butcher , 

Apothecary 

Shoemaker 

Hotel 

Postmaster 

Variety Store... 
Variety Store... 

Blacksmith 

Book Agent.... 

Carpenter 

Physician , 

Teacher 

Mechanic 

Barber 

Butcher 

Bookkeeper .... 
Foreman Mine. 

Miner 

Miner.. , 

Miner , 

Miner 

Cook 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Speculator 

Clerk 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Main Street. 



Main & Eailroad 

Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue., 
Lincoln Avenue- 
Lincoln Avenue., 
Lincoln Avenue- 
Lincoln Avenue- 



Clay 

First Street 

Third Street 

Kandolph Street.... 

Seminary Street 

Seminary and Pine. 
Seminary Street .... 
Joining Napa City. 

First Street 

Randolph Street.... 
Randolph Street.... 

Brown Street 

Calistoga Avenue.. 
Calistoga Avenue.. 
Lincoln Avenue.... 

Brown Street 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

Pine Street 

Calistoga Avenue.. 

First Street 

St Helena 

St Helena 

St Helena 

St Helena 

St Helena 

Spring Street 

Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue.... 
Main Street 



Sedar Street. 



Madison & Jefferson. 



Main Street 

Pike Street 

Montgomery Street. 



Madison 

Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Pike Street.. 



Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

JEtnaMines 

Pope Valley , 

JStna Mines 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley , 

l£ m S St Helena 

2£ m S St Helena 

Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Conn Creek 

Vine Cliffs Vineyard. 
1 m E Yountville 



Montgomery Street. 

High Street , 

Kearny Street 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa k City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 



3mSW Napa City.... 
18 m NW Napa City. 
18 m NW Napa City. 
20 m NW Napa City. 
3£ m NW Napa City. 
4 m NW Napa City... 
4 m NW Napa City... 
4^ m NW Napa City. 

3 m N Napa City 

6m N Napa City 

13 m N Napa City 

17 m NW Napa City. 
6 m NW Napa City... 

13 m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 



Yountville. 

Yountville. 

Yountville. 

Monticello. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Knoxville. 

Phoenix. 

Phoenix. 

Phcenix. 

Phoenix. 

Manhattan. 

Dutch Flat. 

Napa City. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Oakville. 

Glenellen. 

Napa City. 

Yountville. 

Yountville. 

Yountville. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



27 



Name. 



Broahurst Jos 

Broahurst A 

Butler AP 

Broer Albert 

BEHERNS FW 

Barnes Edward 

Brannan M 

Bosworth E A 

BERRYMAN A 

BERRYMAN MRS C 

BROWNLEE ROBERT... 

Boyl 

Brohelli F 

Brown John 

Brown Lawrence 

BEMENT GEORGE 

Briggs Henry 

Brower Mrs H H 

Beringer Jacob 

Bereta Aug 

BLANCHER J D 

BARKHAUSEN THEO... 

BUTLER O H 

Brodhurst A 

Bancroft A A 

Beardsly 

Bateman John 

BALE MARIANA G 

BARTON J W * 

BROWN G T 

Burdet Peter 

BEHNKEN JOHN 

Brown J W 

BaleET 

Booker Jas 

BENDER FRED 

Beach Geo H 

BUFORD S H 

Battest Joseph 

BARNETT JESSE 

Barnett E J 

BUTLER HARVY 

Bennett J N 

Bently D M 

Butler Mrs E 

Brown Edward 

Boyce Edward 

Bishop Wm E 

Baldwin A 

Burgess H 

Bosen Wm 

BOOTH J R 

Brookins E B 

Brookins K M 

Brookins A H 

CROUCH & McCLURE... 

CROUCH R 

Christianson H 

Crawford F M 

COOK GEO F 

Colman I> F W 

Cater J . 

Cruise M 

Clark A G& Co 

CLARK H G 

Chapman A 

CHRISTIANSON C 

CAYBERG F 

Cooper & Kester : 

Cooper W K 

Coutts A 

Clark E 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Blacksmith 

Agent E R Co- 
Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairy 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Horticulturist.... 

Farmer 

Wine Cooper 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Bricklayer 

Laborer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Horticulturist... 

Stockdealer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Music Teacher... 

Clerk 

Laborer 

Brewer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Mechanic 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dressmaker 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Attorneys 

Attorney 

Laborer 

R R Agent 

Merchant 

Physician 

Shoe Store 

Shoemaker 

Hardware 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Boots and Shoes. 
Brewery Depot- 
Millers 

Miller 

Laborer 

Upholsterer 



Place of Business. 



Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Brown's Valley, 
Main Co Road., 
Napa County... 
Napa County... , 
Napa County..., 
Napa Valley.... 
Napa Junction, 
Creston Station 
Suscol Valley.. 
Suscol Valley.., 
Napa Valley.... 
Napa Valley.... 
Napa Valley.... 
Napa Valley.... 
Napa Valley.... 
Napa Valley.... 

withKrug 

withKrug 

Main Co Road., 
Main Co Road., 
Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road., 
Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road. 



Ericuera Creek 

Berryessa Valley.... 

Pope Creek 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Main Co Road 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Putah Creek 

Putah Creek 

Putah Creek 

Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Fourth and Main.... 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 
Main and Second.... 

Main Street 

118 Main Street 

Main Street 

Main bet 2d and 3d. 

First nr Main 

McKinstry 

McKinstry 



Residence. 



13 m NW Napa City. 
13 m NW Napa City. 

4 m NW Napa City... 
13 m NW Napa City... 
h\ m E Napa City 

6 m E Napa City 

3 m E Napa City 

3£ m SE Napa City..., 

8 m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City , 

7 m SE Napa City 

2 \ m SE Napa City.... 

1 m N Napa City 

2 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City , 

5 m N Napa City , 

6 m N Napa City , 

19 m NW Napa City. 
19 m NW Napa City. 
6 m NW Napa City... 

10 m NW Napa City.. 

10 m NW Napa City.. 
12 m NW Napa City.. 
12 m NWNapa City.. 

11 m NW Napa City.. 

12 m NW Napa City.. 
15 m NW Napa City.. 
15 m NW Napa City.. 



18 m NW Napa City. 



16 m NW Napa City. 
19 m NWNapa City. 

19 m NW Napa City. 
38 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

32 m NNapa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

20 m NWNapa City. 

29 m NW Napa City. 
27 m NW Napa City. 

26 m NW Napa City. 
29m NWNapa City. 

27 m NW Napa City. 

30 m NWNapa City. 

23 m NW Napa City. 
26 m NW Napa City. 

24 m NW Napa City. 

28 m NW Napa City. 
28 m NW Napa City. 
28 m NW Napa City. 



Coombs & Third.... 
Washington Street. 
Third & Franklin.. 

First Street 

Third & Franklin.., 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Coombs Street 

Main Street 



Coombs Street 

Grant Avenue 

Washington Street... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Vallejo. 
Napa June. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
St. Helena. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Zem Zem. 
Monticello. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Pope Valley, 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Clifford G B 

Crowell J B 

Collum H 

Countryman J , 

Comuiary P , 

Clark Robt 

Cornel Mrs E , 

Carigan Jas 

Cornwall Geo N 

Conaway John..... 

Christy GW 

Cruise M 

Castro L 

Castro E , 

Coats David 

Cohrin TE 

Cole Mrs Hannah , 

Countryman J , 

Comrey Wm , 

Coe John R , 

Coon R 

Clark Frank G 

Cleveland L 

Chapman Andrew , 

Chandler J : 

Cooper Samuel , 

Clark Mrs 

Comstock Mr , 

Cobb L , 

Crowell J B 

Cain John , 

Cole David , 

Cardinet , 

Clow J S 

CARVER & PHILLIPS. 

CARVER D B 

Creamer J 

CLIFF J F 

CALDERWOOD M 

Cleghon John , 

CHANDLER H L 

CHILES COL J B 

Cunningham Mrs May , 

Chesbro J A 

Chapman S , 

Cook Jacob 

Crethers Wm 

Cromwell Geo 

Chapman L A 

Crittenden J D 

Cook JL 

Casey Jos 

Cohen M 

Cutler Nathan 

Cross T J 

Cook T 

Callaghan Thos 

CCWAN J W 

Cook Wm 

Carquilla J 

Caron E 

Conway Wm 

CanfieldWm 

Coombs Nathan 

Courtney 

Collins Thos 

CHAPMAN W H 

CLARK CT 

CLARK WM 

CRANE DR GEO B 

CLAYTON "WM J 

Cannor P 



Miner 

Livery Stable.. 

Farmer 

Carpenter 



Main Street.... 
Grant Avenue. 



Coombs Street. 



Cabinet Maker. 



Laborer... 
Capitalist- 



Butcher 

Shoemaker. 



Main street. 



Far: 



Architect. 



Carpenter. 
Carpenter. 



Plasterer.... 

Laborer 

Blacksmith. 
Carpenter... 
Farmer 



Main Street. 
Main Street, 



Carpenter 

Chop House 

Tanner 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Gardener 

Photographer ... 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Shoemaker 

Hardware 

Wagon Maker... 
Harness Manuf r 
National Hotel- 
Farmer 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Chiles Valley.... 



Restaurant 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Carpenter 

Constable 

Carpenter 

Butcher 

Miner 

Laborer 

Merchant 

Wagon Maker... 

Miner 

Laborer 

Night Foreman- 
Bookkeeper 

Engineer 

Miner 

Miner 

Laborer 

Jeweler 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Mason 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Laborer 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines , 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

iEtna Mines , 

Manhattan Mines.., 
% m N Napa City. 

Huichica Creek , 

Sonoma Road , 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Carneros Creek 

Napa Valley 

Sonoma Road 

Canadian Creek 



Randolph 

Franklin and Laurel. 

Grant Avenue 

Washington Street.... 

First Street 

Union Street :., 

First Street , 

First Street 

First Street.. , 

Pine Street , 

First Street 

Main Street , 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

A Street 

Calistoga Avenue 

Calistoga Avenue , 

Main Street 

First Street '. , 

Clay Street 

Franklin Street , 

First Street , 

Laurel Street 

Laurel Street , 

Seminary Street 

Seminary Street 

Franklin Street 

Franklin Street 

Oak Street 

Franklin Street , 

Oak Street 



Main Street.., 
Main Street... 
Oak Avenue- 
Main Street.., 
Main Street.., 
Main Street.., 
Spring Street. 
Oak Street.... 



Main Street. 



Myrtle Street 

Washington Street. 
Sedar Street 



Madison Street 

Jefferson Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

Montgomery Street. 

Pike Street 

Montgomery Street. 



Napa Valley 

7 m SW Napa City.. 
3m W Napa City.... 
1 m W Napa City — 
If m W Napa City... 
5 m W Napa City.... 
18 m NW Napa City. 
2jm SW Napa City.., 
6£ m W Napa City... 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Manhattan. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



Name. 



CLARK O H 

CHAPMAN L 

CALFEE J A 

CLYMAN JAS 

Collinridge ER 

Chaper E 

Crabb H W . 

Campbell Jas 

Crosby Jas 

Cheney David 

Cooper J J 

Cord well John 

Cole W V 

Chandler C P 

CLARK FRANCIS 

Cornatho Loretto 

Cater Wm 

Capelli Andrew 

CARBONE NICHOLA.. 
CARBONE LORENZO. 

Crasby R 

CAHILL MARTIN 

Clinkinbead A J 

Chapman Henry 

Chabot Charles 

CLARKE -WM 

CLARKE JAS H 

CROWA M '. 

Cooper L B 

CARTER J M 

CUSTER T B 

Chopson Thos '. 

Cook DR 

Clark D G 

CLOCK A 

Chamberlin R M 

Chrisman G S 

CASTNER W H 

Carter WN 

Cook J B 

CookM C 

Cook B H 

Cook S M 

Clark Geo 

COLEMAN S L 

COLEMAN A P 

COLEMAN J 

Churchill Dr Chas 

Cradwick J 

CLARK ABRAHAM.... 

CLARK A C . 

Cooper Joseph 

Condim Jas T 

Church L 

Caldwell J A 

Clendenin W H 

Cain Mary , 

Cyrus John 

Caraway Mrs E , 

Carlin Geo 

Chapman S M 

Coyle John 

Calderwood A , 

Cole Henry 

Cratic Silas 

Cratic Jos , 

Cord MrsM 

Conn C 

Custer John , 

CROWEY G W 

Coombs C , 

Clayton D 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Horse Trainer 

Farmer 

Farmer |Napa Valley 

Farmer Napa Valley 

Farmer iSoscol Valley 

Farmer [Soscol Valley 



Place of Business 



Clark's Canyon 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Yountville 

Main County Road.... 

Dry Creek Road 

Calabassas 

Redwoods... 

Redwoods 

Dry Creek 

Conn Creek 

Conn Creek 

Caymus Ranch 

Joia'g Caymus Ranch 

Napa Valley 

Solano County 



Farmer. 

Farmer 

Fowl Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter.... 

Farmer 

Hop Grower. 

Farmer 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Blacksmith.. 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer ...... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Shipwright.. . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Soscol Valley 

Soscol Valley 

Napa Valley 

Foss Valley 

Foss Valley 

Main County Road.... 
Main County Road.... 
Main County Road.... 
Main County Road.... 
Main County Road.... 
Main County Road.... 



Farmer. 
Farmer , 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 



Lodi Road. 



W St Helena Road.. 

Capel Valley 

Cherry Canyon 

Cherry Canyon 

Cherry Canyon 

Berryessa Valley.... 
Berryessa Valley.... 
Berryessa Valley.... 
Berryessa Valley.... 
Berryessa Valley.... 

Pope Valley 

Napa County 

Sedar Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Conn Valley 

Conn Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Conn Valley 

Big Ranch Road , 

E side Napa River.. 
Berryessa Valley.... 
Berryessa Valley.... 



Residence. 



5 m N Napa City 

\ m N Napa City 

l£ m N Napa City 

2\m NW Napa City... 
4m W Napa City 

9 mWNapa City 

12 m W Napa City... . 

15 m W Napa City 

17 m NW Napa City... 
11 m NW Napa City 

10 m NW Napa City 
9 m NW Napa City.... 
14 m N Napa City 

13 m N Napa City 

11m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

1\ m N Napa City 



2 m E Napa City.., 

2 m E Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

10$ m SE Napa City... 

8 mSE Napa City 

7 m SE Napa City 

2£ m E Napa City 

10 m NE Napa City... 

10 m NE Napa City... 

7 m N Napa City 

8 m N Napa City 

11 m NNapa City 

11 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

18 m N Napa City 

18 m N Napa City 



19 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

19 m NNapa City 

19 m N Napa City 

16 m NE Napa City... 
18 m NE Napa City... 
18 m NE Napa City... 
18 m NE Napa City... 

22 mN Napa City 

27 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

35 m N Napa City 

39 m N Napa City 

45 m N Napa City 

32m NNapa City 

28 m NW Napa City... 

29 m NW Napa City... 

30 m NW Napa City... 

29 m NW Napa City... 
27 m NW Napa City... 

30 m NW Napa City... 

17 m N Napa City 

25 m N Napa City 

23 m N Napa City 

23 mN Napa City 

18 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City....... 

5£ m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Glenellen. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Bridgeport. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
St Helena. 
Guinock. 
Knoxville. 
Pope Valley, 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 



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Name. 



DALEY RH 

DONNELLY T O 

DEWOODY T J 

DONNELLY JAMES 

Derry Thomas , 

Dingman S P 

DOORM 

DOOR & BRINKMAN.. 

Darby C A 

Darby Mrs 

Davis Frank 

Decker Amelia 

Day David 

Dunigan , 

Dundan Mrs Jane 

Dyer Father 

Dickinson John J 

DarbyshireD K 

Dinson Mrs Anna 

Dalley F 

Daegener Wm 

Davidson W W 

DAVIS DR O E 

Dorgeloh & Bastow 

Dorgeloh L 

Drysdale Jas 

DIMICK & ROBERTS- 

DIMICK O A 

Dallas James 

Doss S 

Daley M 

Doyle Thos 

Daley James 

Dewan J 

Duffy J L 

Dealy Jas 

Durkey J 

Deweese G "W , 

DELL CHAS 

Dingman S 

DANIELS JAS O 

DUHIG JAMES 

Dealy M J 

Donlin M 

Daugherty Mrs F 

Dado Peter 

Deering K S 

DAVIS JO 

DINNING WM 

Davis J E 

Dingman Geo 

Dunster TH 

DWYER THOS 

Drew Mrs M 

DOWNEY DENNIS 

DOAK DAVID 

Davis 

Dowdel James 

Dixon James 

Doget J 

Davis Geo 

Davis James T 

Davis W 

Doan H 

Davis Jefferson 

Darden W C 

Demonicono A 

Demonicono G 

Day Q V P 

Duvall W M 

DuvallLN 

DEERING H O 



Architect 

Merchant 

County Surveyor 
Gro'es & Liq'rs.. 

Sexton 

Farmer 

Tobacconist 

Tobacconists 

Attorney 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Butcher 

Dressmaker .. 
Variety Store. 
Miner 



First Street , 
First Street.. 
Main Street. 



Catholic Priest. 

Merchant 

Wagonmaker... 



Tailor .. 
Farmer. 



Spring Street. 
Spring Street. 
Spring Street. 
Main Street... 



Dentist 

Hotel , 

Hotel 

Clerk..... 

Blacksmith. 
Blacksmith., 
Carpenter .... 

Laborer 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Engineer .... 

Miner 

Farmer , 

Dairyman... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer: , 

Farmer 

Dairyman... 

Farmer ., 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Plumber 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter..., 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 



Fourth and Brown. 
Fourth and Brown. 



Main Street , 

Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenne. 



Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

iEtna Mines , 

Carneros Creek 

Carneros Creek 

Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Huichica Creek 

Huichica Creek 

Mill Creek 

Mill Creek 

Mill Creek 

Big Kanch Eoad 

Main County Koad. 

Conn Creek 

Caymus Eanch 

Soda Creek 

Soda Creek •.... 

Main County Eoad. 
Main County Eoad. 
Main County Eoad. 
Main County Eoad 
Main County Eoad. 



Berryessa Eoad — 
Wooden Valley — 

Steel Canyon , 

Cherry Valley 

Putah Creek 

Cherry Valley 

Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 

Putah Creek 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 



Eesidence. 



Main Street 

Cross Street 

Oak Street 

Fourth and Brown. 
Fourth and Brown. 

Grant Avenue 

Washington Street. 
Coombs Street 



Eandolph Street. 

Pine Street 

Vallejo Street.... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Spring Street 

Spring Street , 

Main Street 



Main Street.'. 

Block U 

Broadway Street. 
Hight Street 



5 m "W Napa City 

4fraW Napa City.... 

4 m W Napa City 

2 m "W Napa City , 

2J m SW Napa City.., 

7 m SW Napa City... 
1\ m SW Napa City.., 
1\ m SW Napa City.., 

8 m W Napa City 

11 m W Napa City.... 
6£ m W Napa City.... 

4£ m N Napa City 

13 m NW Napa City. 
15 m N Napa City...., 

9 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

11 mN Napa City 

11 m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

3}mN Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

18 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

25 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

27 m N Napa City 

27 m N Napa City 

27 m N Napa City 

40 m N Napa City 

35 m N Napa City , 

35 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City..,.., 



Toavn OR 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Eutherford. 
St Helena. * 
Napa City. 
Suison. 
Capel. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Guinoc. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley, 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



31 



Name. 



DEERING- FREDERICK.. 

DOLLARHIDE A J 

Darling B A 

Davidson A 

Davis J M 

Downey Josiah 

DAUBENSPEOK REV J 

Dallie D 

Davenport Kev K J 

DOWNEY PATRICK 

DAVIS J R 

Easterly A Y 

EGLIN EUGENE 

Erickson P 

ELKINGTON JOHN 

Eaton Charles 

Emmerson 

Egleston James 

Egleston "Wm 

EarlThos 

Ervin Frank 

Eckmeyr Peter 

Evens John 

Edwards David 

Ewer S 

ELGIN W A 

Elling Phillip 

Edward J 

Ennes Kobert '. 

Elyckson Martin 

Ely L W 

Elliott Samuel 

ELLIS T P 

EDINGTON "WM 

Elsworth C 

EMMERSON DAVID 

ELLES THEO 

Eck Adam 

ELKINGTON JAS 

EDINGTON J A 

Etienne Tapie... 

Ennis M 

Eyre Col M K 

Ellis NW 

Ennis 

Eachus W A 

Erving James 

EDWARDS W S 

England John 

ErmathP 

Eley J W 

Eley Benj 

Elliott S 

Eastland George 

EubanksK 

ELLIS FRED 

EDINGTON LT 

Enas JD 

EDINGTON TB 

FRANCIS & GARDNER. 

FRANCIS G M 

Fellers Lorenzo 

FORD REV G W 

FORD MRS L A 

Fraser D A 

Firm P 

Flay J 

Flaherty Thos 

Fancho John 

Felton Mrs E E 

Fanchar Ira 

Fellows Geo 



Occupation. 



Bkicksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter... 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Restaurant. 
Boatman... 
Naturalist.. 



Farmer 

Farmer , 

Drayman , 

Capitalist 

Teamster 

Mason 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Livery 

Farmer 

Foreman 

Miner 

Engineer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Fowl-breeding. 

Vintner 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Hotel.... 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miller 

Miller 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Publishers 

Publishers 

Bookkeeper . . . 
School Sup't ... 

Millinery 

Clerk 

Shoemaker 

Laborer 

Moulder 

Farmer 



Carpenter , 
Miner 



Place or Business. 



Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Pope Valley 

E side Napa Valley. 
E side Napa Valley. 



Main Street. 



Brown Street. 



Second Street. 



Elm Street 

Main Street 

Vallejo Street.... 
Vallejo Street.... 
Seminary Street. 

Second Street 

Pine Street 

*Oak Street 



Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Manhattan 

Carneros Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main County Road . 
Main County Road . 
S E Sonoma Creek.. 

Dry Creek 

Conn Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soda Creek 

Main County Road.. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 

Lodi Road 

Main County Road.. 

Putah Creek 

Putah Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Pope Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Napa Valley 

E side Napa City.... 
Foss Valley Road.... 

Napa City 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main & Third 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

124 Main Street , 

Main Street 



Residence. 



30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

32 m NW Napa City.. 
39 mNW Napa City.. 
27 m NW Napa City.. 
30 m NW Napa City.. 
21 m NW Napa City.. 

18 m N Napa City , 

36 m N Napa City , 

9 m N Napa City , 

10 m'N Napa City , 

Second and Randolph. 



Grant Avenue. 



6 m W Napa City 

16 m SW Napa City... 

2£ m W Napa City 

2J m W Napa City 

4£ m NW Napa City.. 

5 m N Napa City 

5^ m N Napa City 

17 m NW Napa City.. 

12 m NW Napa City... 

13 m N Napa City 

3 m E Napa City 

3£ m E Napa City 

3 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 



12 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

23 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

35 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

10 m NW Napa City... 
9 m NW Napa City... 

5 m N Napa City „ 

12 m N Napa City..,,,, 



First Street „„„,„ 

Frank and Divisoji ,„,, 
Comobs and Bivison ...... 

Coombs and Divison ... 
Calistoga Avenue ... 



Union Street 

Union Street.,,,,,,,. 

Franklin Street , 

Franklin Street,..,,. 

Oak Street .,.., ,. 

Seminary Street,,,, 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Pope Valley. 
Pope Valley. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Manhattan , 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Zem Zem. 
Pope Valley.. 
St Helena^ 
YountY'ille.. 
Napa City. 
Napa 0ity,' 
Rutherford, 
Napa CUy," 
Napa City.' 
:Napa 0ity.' 
Napa City.' 
Napa City. 
Napa pity. 
Napa City* 
Napa pity. 
Napa City.' 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



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Name. 



Fowler Henry 

Fraser D A 

Flaker Fred 

Fancheons John 

Feltmeyr Wrn 

FRANCIS JG 

Fairchild A 

Fulton Mrs D 

FISHER W F 

Foss & Connelly 

FRANCIS JH 

Friedburg W 

Fowler LH 

Frost Mrs E 

Fredrickson C 

FELLOWS GEO 

Flohr Henry 

FLY Q C 

FLEMMING WM 

Franck A 

Fitzwilliam P 

FISHER WM A 

FEALYT W 

FALKENSTINE J N... 

Fayen Mrs P 

Falls James , 

FOGERTY P 

FRISBIE EDW 

Flur Peter 

Frash Mary 

FAUBER THOS 

Forrester G "W 

FORRESTER J 

Faley Wm , 

FIELD THOS J 

FIELD W A 

FERNBACH & CO 

FERNBACH MORITZ. 

Fountain G C 

Faley Matthew 

FAUTZ ED 

Foster J 

FAUTZ & BENDER.... 

Farley Mrs H , 

Fowler S 

Fernald WH 

Folly Saml..... 

Fleisher Chas , 

Ferguson Wm 

Finirell John , 

GARDNER C A 

GOODMAN & CO 

GOODMAN J H 

GOODMAN GEO E 

GOODWIN T P 

Greenfield C 

Gridley E S , 

Gallard Leon , 

GOTTSCH ALK AUG . 

GILES JAMES 

Glissmann C 

GAVIN EDWARD 

GOMER P T 

Goodmonson Mr 

GriswoldQH 

Griswold W , 

Gilchris 

Grote Jas 

Goodrich C 

GuhnM 

Griffin Jolin 

GRIGSBY JESSE 



Occupation. 



Capitalist 

Carpenter 

Gardener 

Carpenter 

Publisher 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Livery Stable. 

Staging 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Blacksmith.... 



Foreman.... 
Supt Mines- 
Blacksmith. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Steward 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Laborer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer .». 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Brewer 

Farmer , 

Brewer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Publisher 

Bankers 

Banker , 

Banker 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Shoemaker 

Wine Dealer. 

Furniture , 

Physician 

Bootmaker...., 
Blacksmith..., 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Plasterer....... 



Machinist 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Bricklayer.... 
City Marshal 



Place or Business. 



Napa City, 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Main Street 



Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines 

Manhattan Mines 

Napa Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Lower Sonoma Road 

2£ m S St Helena 

Napa Valley 

N s Napa Kiver 

Conn Creek 

Soscol Road 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soscol Valley 



Main Co Road 
Main Co Road 

St Helena 

Main Co Road 
Main Co Road 



Wooden Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 

Main and 4th 

Main bet 2d and 3d... 

Third and Main... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

First and Brown 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 

First near Main 

First below McKinsly 



Residence. 



Clay and Franklin. 
Calistoga Avenue.., 
Main Street 



Coombs and R R Ave. 



Main Street 

Knight's Valley, 
Main Street 



Hamilton Street , 

Main Street 

Montgomery Street. 



6 m SW Napa City ... 

3 mW Napa City 

4£ m SW Napa City.. 

20 mN Napa City 

2| m NW Napa City.. 

15 m N Napa City 

12 mN Napa City 

7 m SE Napa City 

9£ m SE Napa City... 
10 m SE Napa City.... 
10 m SE Napa City... 
12 m SE Napa City... 

9 m N Napa City 

9 mN Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City.... 
18 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

14 m NNapa City 

14 m NNapa City..... 

18 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

29 mNW Napa City.. 
26 m NW Napa City. 
19 m N Napa City 

10 m NW Napa City.. 
St Helena 



Third Street.... 
Grant Avenue. 



Second Street 



Main Street 

Coombs bet 3d and 4th, 



Cross Street — 
Grand Avenue. 
Napa Hotel — 



Coombs Street 

Union Street.. 

Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St. Helena. 
St. Helena. 
St. Helena. 
St. Helena. 
Calistoga 
Calistog; 
Calistog? . 
Calistoga. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Manhattan. 
Napa Ci-fl - 
Napa City . 
Napa City. 
St. Helena. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa Jet' 
Napa Jc i, 
Vallejo. 
Vallejo. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Monticello. 
Pope Valley. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 




32 




LITTXE GIANT 

vy Twc-Horse or Light Pour-Horse 
TRIPLE-GEARED. 




EXCELSIOR 

Heavy One-Horse or Light Two-Horse 

DOUBLE-GEARED. 




ONE-HOBSE POWER 

SINGLE- GEARED. 



EXCELSIOR WiND-MILL 



Was awarded the First, or Cash Premium, at the State Fair at 
Sacramento, in 1872 — the only time ever exhibited there. 

We have been awarded a larger number of Pretniums at the 
Mechanics' Institute Fairs, held in San Francisco, than any other 
wind-mill manufacturers in the State, having never failed to receive 
a premium, when exhibiting. 

We are the inventors of the Single Cross-vane Windmill. The increas- 
ing popularity of this mill has induced several parties to make an imitation, 
and in some cases to make use of its name — " EXCELSIOR." For this rea- 
son we have caused it to be registered in the U. S. Patent Office as our Trade 
Mark for the Cross-vane Mill. And we hereby caution all persons against 
using said name on wind-mills. 

The "Excelsior" is both adjustable and self-regulating, is very sub- 
stantially made, and with reasonable care will last, with constant usage, for 
twenty or more years. 

On account of the simplicity of their construction, they are very easily 
erected and put into operation by persons who are not mechanics. A boy 
ten years old can manage them when once erected. 

They are made in twelve sizes— from 12 feet to 40 feet diameter of wheel. 
A larger stock and assortment constantly on hand than can be found else- 
where in the State. 

[See also page ISO.] 



HORSE-POWERS. 



These machines are complete in ev- 
ery detail , and possess every improve- 
ment and advantage that can be com- 
bined in sweep horse-powers. 

They have an advantage oyer any 
other power in this market, viz., our 
application of the, patent rubber draw- 
spring, which prevents, absolutely, any 
breakage of the gearing from any jump, 
sudden start, or movement of the horse; 
and also, when used for driving a pump, 
materially lessens the jerking motion 
caused by the changing of the stroke 
of the piston. 

We use external gearing wholly in 
these machines. It is much more com- 
monly used, not only on horse-powers, 
but on nearly all kinds of geared ma- 
chinery, for the reason that it works 
much better in all cases where internal 
gearing can be dispensed with. 

These powers have dust-proof and 
self-oiling journals. They are simple, 
strong, durable, and cheap. We have 
succeeded in making them superior to 
those which have been brought here 
from the East, consequently, in stop- 
ping their importation. 

We furnish with these powers, when de- 
sired, any style or weight of balance-wheels 
or belt-wheels, combined with a movable 
crank-pin and counterbalance for pumping, 
etc. 

ATW00D & BODWELL, 

PROPRIETORS. 



33 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OP 



Stttait** iiiififiiftf 




Office, 529 MARKET STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



JOHN H. REDINGTON, President; HORATIO P. LIVERMORE, Treasurer; 
CHARLES E. LIVERMORE, Superintendent. 

DIRECTORS : 

JOHN H. REDINGTON and HORATIO P. LIVERMORE, of San Francisco ; and 

GEORGE N. CORNWELL, of Napa. 

SELLING AGSNTi: 

REDINGTON, HOSTETTER & CO., 529 Market Street, San Francisco. 



The Redington Quicksilver Mine is situated at Knoxville, Napa Co., Cal., 50 miles 
north of Napa, and 25 miles north-east of Calistoga. It is now reached by road from 
Napa through theBerryessa Valley, but a new road is now being constructed to connect 
it with Calistoga. 

The Redington Quicksilver Company was organized Nov. 4th, 1867; capital stock, 
$1,260,000, in 1,260 shares of $1,000 each. Prior to that date, the mine had been known 
as the "X. L. C R. Mine," and had been worked for six years under a lease by the Lake 
Manufacturing Co., who took out of the mine a total of 16,219 flasks Quicksilver, con- 
taining 76J lbs. each, making 1,240.753^ lbs., which produced to them upward of 
$600,000. Since the mine was bought and re- organized by the Redington Quicksilver 
Company, it has been much more vigorously worked, and has produced up to the present 
time a total of 47,142 flasks of 76J lbs. each, or 3,605,863 lbs., of a total value of 
$2,195,206.79, its present product being at the rate of 800 flasks per month. The 
Company has now constantly in its employ 250 men ; has very complete and expensive 
Hoisting and Pumping Machinery, capable of carrying the mine 1,000 feet deep. 

The Reduction Works are the most complete in the State, consisting of two hewn- 
stone furnaces, capable of burning each 100 tons of ore weekly, and two of Knox & 
Osborne's Patent Continuous Furnaces, each of a capacity of 25 tons per day. The 
Company holds its Mine by U. 8. Patent, and has besides a very extensive tract of 
Farming and Timber Lands, thus supplying itself with produce and fuel, and raising its 
own beef cattle. It owns and runs its own freight teams to Napa, has at the mine 
a large hewn-stone store, where is constantly kept for complete stock of goods for 
use and sale. The Company feeds and lodges all its employees, having built and using 
in connection therewith upward of sixty buildings, many of them large and expensive 
structures ; the whole forming a very considerable town ; where, also, is an excellent 
Hotel of thirty rooms, also owned by the Company, but leased by them. Water is 
furnished to the works and various dwellings by a complete system of pipes many miles 
in total extent, put in by the Company at heavy expense. Convenient Cottages for 
families of miners and other employees are built by the Company, and leased at a 
nominal rent. A School is also maintained by the Company, who also have erected a 
commodious " Union Hall,''" to be used for church, school, and other kindred purposes. 

The whole thus forms a large community in itself, notable for its sobriety, good 
order and prosperity, and affording a striking example of what capital and good 
management may accomplish in mining enterprises. The stock is all owned by the 
parties in direction, and is never offered for sale. Handsome dividends are regularly paid 
to the stockholders, and not in the whole history of the Company has there ever been 
an assessment levied. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



33 



Name. 



GREENFIELD T G 

Gair Mrs C 

Gillen N 

Gordon Mr 

Gallagher Jas 

Grigsby Wm 

Goldsmith Wm 

Gomer Mrs Matilda 

Gorton B H 

Green Mrs B 

Gridley E S....„ 

George Prof T C 

Gale Mrs G 

Gorman James 

Grant J N 

GALLEWSKY D 

Gordon Mrs V L 

GILA D 

GILA P 

Green John 

Gillam J M 

Gillum John 

Grosbeck J R 

Graves Jos 

Gettleson & Co 

Gettleson H 

Griffin John 

Griffin Frank 

Greenwood C N .• 

Greyson H 

Griffin A 

Goodnow C V 

Greenman H 

Greenman A 

Green GM 

GESSFORD P G 

Giles Fred 

GARGOLE JAS 

GOODRICH H 

Gildersleeve 

GRIDLEY A 

Garfield Z W 

GRIDLEY J 

Garner S E 

GRIDLEY DANIEL. 

Galloway J 

GIBBENS A H 

GUTHRIE D 

Gibbens Lewis 

Gallagher M A , 

GRIGSBY A F .... 

GRIGSBY S H 

GRIGSBY H .... 

Golden Patrick 

GREEN L 

Gordon Steven 

GREENWOOD J Q 

Goodrich Adison , 

Goodrich Wm , 

GOODRICH GEO N 

GOODRICH CAPT S D. 

Gross J A 

GARRITY JOHN H 

GRIGSBY J W 

GIBBS WM H 

Gilbert L 

GRIGSBY DANL 

! GOUCHER G G 

! Greer Thos , 

I Griffith C C 

GIAUQUE T A 

GIAUQUE L N 



Occupation. 



Wagonmaker.. 



Laborer .. 
Laborer . . 
Laborer ... 
Carpenter. 



Plain Sewing. 
Butcher , 



Clerk. 



Brickmaker 

Carpenter 

Merchant 

Milliner 

Baker 

Baker 

Farmer 

Painter 

Wood Agent 

Variety Store.... 

Baker 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Mechanic 

Justice Peace 

Carpenter 

Miner 

Miner 

Engineer 

Foreman Mine.. 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Machinist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Gardener 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Road Master 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Vintner , 



Place or Business. 



First Street. 



Second Street. 
Main Street... 



Main and Spring. 

Main Street 

R R Avenue 

R R Avenue 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 



Phoenix Mines .... 
Phoenix Mines .... 
Phoenix Mines .... 
Manhattan Mines. 
Manhattan Mines. 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Brown's Valley.... 
Carneros Creek.. . 

Sonoma Road 

Mill Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road 

E s Napa River.... 
E sNapa River.... 
E s Napa River.... 

Conn Creek 

1 m S Yountville. 
1 m S Yountville. 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soscol Orchards.... 

SoscolRoad 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soda Springs 

Soda Springs 

Main Co Road 



Main Co Road. , 
Main Co Road., 



Main Co Road., 
Main Co Road. , 
Main Co Road., 



Residence. 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
iNapa City. 
iNapa City. 



Main Street... 
R R Avenue .. 
R R Avenue .. 
Spring Street- 
Main Street... 
Spring Street., 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Block T 



Pine Street 

FirstStreet 

Main Street 

Brown Street 

Napa Street 

Seminary Street. 
Randolph Street, 
Randolph Street. 
Coombs Street.... 
Franklin Street.. , 
Franklin Street... 

R R Street 

Stockton Street ... fNapa City. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena, 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Yountville. 

Yountville. 

Mo-nticello. 

Phosnix. 

Phoenix. 

Phoenix. 

Manhattan. 

Manhattan. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Nap® City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City.. 

Napa City. 

Napa City.. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

Yountville.. 

Yountville.. 

Oakville. 

Napa City. 

Napa City.- 

Soscol. 

Soscol . 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City.. 

Napa City. 

Yountville. 

Yountville. 

Rutherford. 

Rutherford. 



5 m SW Napa City.... 
1 m SW Napa City.... 
2\ m W Napa City.... 

6 mWNapa City 

3 m W Napa City 

9£ m W Napa City .... 
2|mNW Napa City.. 
2|m N Napa City 

5 m NW Napa City 

3f m N Napa City 

3f m N Napa City 

ojraN Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

16 J m N Napa City.... 

16 m N Napa City 

16 mN Napa City 

8 m N Napa City 

8 m N Napa City 

13 m N Napa City 

3 mE Napa City 

3 m SE Napa City 

4£ m SE Napa City 

6 m SE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

7 m N Napa City ~ 

7 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

18 mN Napa City [St. Helena. 

15 m N Napa City Rutherford, 

16 m N Napa City ,St Helena. 

16 m N Napa City J St Helena. 



Town or 
Post Office 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



GIAUQUE BROS 

GluysGK 

Ganz C 

Grafton Miss M E 

Goucher Jas 

Grigsby F T 

Grigsby W H 

GARDNER G G 

Gordon Jos 

Gordon Nan 

Gimy JG 

GOSLIN O 

Gillespie R C - 

Goodwin A 

GROTEGUTH H K... 

Gibney John 

GloydD J.-.. 

Griffin Perry 

HARVEY BITTERS- 

Glen A C 

GRIGSBY W P 

Goodman Jos 

Gambata Peter 

GRIGSBY D P 

GRIGSBY J T 

GRIGSBY T L~ 

GRIGSBY RP 

GRIGSBY A D 

Garner J R.. 

HOGAN JOHN S 

Hien N 

HARTSON O 

HAAS BROS 

HAAS D L 

HOGAN P M 

HENNING A W 

HORSTMEYER H O. 

HEAD GEO . 

HATTON JS 

HALLER M 

HOPREIDER M 

Hatt E , 

Hugunin E 

HENRY J 

HENRY O 

Holt Wm 

Howell M 

Hines D. 

Hawkins Sarah..... 

Hallet Geo 

Hunter Wm 

Hortop H 

Hunter W 

Hall Miss Jennie....- 

Housen P 

! Hogan Peter , 

Holoran L 

I Hargrave Wm 

Harroll A 

Holliday Wm H 

Herron Mrs 

Harme Jacob 

Hynes Mrs S W I 

Horrell J 

Hammond Wm j 

Hamlin Geo .., 

Howland Capt J S 

Hicks Peter 

Harnett James 

Hill Mrs Jas 

Hackett Mrs 

Harvey Thos 



Vintner 

Teacher 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Road Master 

Stock Raiser 

Mt. Mill House- 
Carpenter 

Farmer 



Occupation. 



Vintner. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Napa Hotel 

Tinner 

Attorney- 

Book Store 

Book Store. 

Restaurant- 

Paint Store 

Merchant 

Shoemaker 

Baker 

Furniture 

Live & Let Live 



Butcher. 
Farmer . 



Farmer .. 



Carpenter... 
Blacksmith 
Blacksmith 
Blacksmith 



Farmer 



Capitalist .., 
Carpenter. .. 
Carpenter ... 
Dressmaker 
Laborer , 



Carpenter ... 
Gunsmith ... 
Mechanic ... 
Sea Captain 
Blacksmith . 
Farmer .... 



Laborer. 



Place of Business. 



Main County Road, 
with Krug 

Vineland Station.... 



Wooden Valley 

Wooden Valley 

Wooden Valley 

Gordon Valley 

Gordon Valley 

Putah Creek 

Berryessa Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Pope Valley 

Putah Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main County Road ... 

Main County Road 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Napa Valley 

Big Ranch Road 

Big Ranch Road 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River 

Main Steet cor 1st 

Main bet 3d and 4th... 

Main Street cor 3d 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Second St Bank Block 

Main Street cor 3d 

Main Street 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 

Second Street 

First & McKinstry.... 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



First Street. 
First Street 
First Street. 



Residence. 



16 m N Napa City. 



19 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 

10 m NE Napa City... 
10 m NE Napa City... 
10 m NE Napa City... 
22 m NE Napa City... 
26 m NE Napa City... 

28 m N Napa City 

34 m N Napa City 

31 m N Napa City 

34 m N Napa City...... 

25 m NW Napa City 
33 m NW Napa City... 
38 m NW Napa City... 
38 m NW Napa City... 

25 m NW Napa City... 

26 m NW Napa City.. . 

5 m N Napa City 

5$ m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 



Coombs and Third. 



Randolph Street , 

Franklin Street 

Oak Street 

First Street , 

Clay Street 

Brown and Randolph. 
Second Street. 



Union Street 

Grant Avenue 

Grant Avenue 

Grant Avenue 

Grant Avenue 

Division Street 

Union Street 

Union Street 

Oak Street 

First and Jefferson. 

First Street 

First Street 

Pearl Street 

Pearl Street 

First Street 



Calistoga Avenue... 
Calistoga Avenue.., 
Lincoln Avenue- 
Main Street 

Brown Street 

Pearl Street 

Randolph Street.... 
Randolph Street.... 
Randolph Street.... 
Coombs and Clay.. 
Clay and Franklin. 
Seminary arid Oak. 

Railroad Street 

Oak Street 

Oak Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Rutherford. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Suisun. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City, 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. v. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. < 
Napa City, 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City, 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa Cky. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



35 



Name. 



Hatican John 

HEATON & BEOWNRIDGE- 

HEATON MISS V A 

Hilton Ebon 

Hilton CC 

Hoffman Frank 

Husband W H 

Harden J K 

Howe A 

Hammonds T S 

HEYMANN E... 

HOWE NELSON 

HORTON GEO 

Haskin R A 

Hastie Robt 

Haskin W A 

HallJC 

Hare Benj 

Hunt D O 

Horton S S 

HAEEKL LOUIS 

Hershman J 

Hunt BE 

Hawkins G E 

HUFF J J 

Hill S H 

Hill A B 

Hollinsworth H P 

Humphrey E A •. 

HallJ W 

Hutchings F 

Hines D 

Hutchinson C 

Heminway Fred 

Hartford A 

Howard J C 

Hunt Jas 

Howard Chas 

HENRY JOS 

HENRY STEPHEN 

HENNY J R 

HENDRICKS GEO 

HENDRICKS PETER 

HAMMET J B... 

HANSON G 

HEATH R W 

HEATH S 

HENDRICKS JOHN 

Hein John 

HUDEMANN H 

HartwellGF 

HAAKE JOHN 

Hiten David 

Holyan A 

Hilby John 

HilbyJ C 

HILL C H 

Hamilton J P 

HEGAR JACOB 

Hyslop Wm 

Hall John 

HENSLEY J A 

HARRIS H H 

Happy W H 

HOPPER CHAS 

HOPPER THOS B 

HOLLINGS WORTH H-. 

Hanson Andrew 

HORRELL THOS M 

HARTMAN JOHN 

Horton G 

Hughes Rev C W 



Occupation. 



Laborer 

Milliners 

Milliner 

Banker 

Merchant 

Shoemaker 

Butcher 

Carpenter 

Saloon 

Clerk 

Railroad House- 
Blacksmith 

Furniture 

Vintner 

Carpenter 

Railroad Agent- 
Farmer 

Laborer 

Wood Dealer.... 

Barkeeper 

Restaurant 

Shoemaker 

Teacher 

Clerk 

Harness Store.... 



Farmer 

Laborer 

Saddler 

Bookkeeper 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Miner 

Laborer 

Bookkeeper 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Vintner 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Tailor & Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer :. ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Minister 



Place of Business. 



Hogan's Block. 
Hogan's Block. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street., 
Main Street.. 
R R Avenue 
Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 



Oakville 

Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines...... 

iEtna Mines 

Manhattan Mines... 

Carneros Creek 

Carneros Creek 

Napa County 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Huichica Creek 

1 m S St Helena 

1 m S St Helena 

1 m S St Helena 

Sonoma Road 

Mill Creek 

Little Napa Creek.. 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main County Road. 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Redwoods 

Redwoods 

Dry Creek 

E side Napa River- 
Conn Creek 

Main County Road. 



Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 



Residence. 



Oak Street- 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street.. 
Main Street .. 
Spring Street. 
Main Street.. 



Oak Avenue. 



Washington Street. 



Sedar Street 

Main County Road. 



Jefferson Street , 

Main Street , 

Montgomery Street. 
Kearny Street , 



6 m WNapa City 

6 m W Napa City 

4 m W Napa City 

3£ m SW Napa City... 
3§ m SW Napa City ... 
8 m SW Napa City .... 

18 m NW Napa City... 

19 m NW Napa City... 
19 m NW Napa City... 
3 m SW Napa City.... 

10 m W Napa City... . 
6£ m W Napa City 

I m NW Napa City.... 

5 m NW Napa City.... 
3£ m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

15 m NW Napa City 
15 m NW Napa City... 
17 m NW Napa City*.. 
17 m NW Napa City... 

15 m NW Napa City.. 

11 m NW Napa City... 

6 m NW Napa City.... 

16 m N Napa City 

14 m N Napa City 

8 mN Napa City 

9m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

II m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 



Town or 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Oakvi'lle. 
Yountville. 
Yountvjlle. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix^ 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Manhattan. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Glenellen. 
Sonoma. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 



36 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Harrison E C 

Hamahan Dennis 

Haskins Wm 

Hardy A.... 

Hudson Mart 

Hackney W 

Hill A B 

Hagely John... 

HUNT E 

HillE D 

Hullett J 

Hawkins J B 

Hanes Geo 

Harcrader Jos . 

Harcrader Jos Jr 

HILL G P 

HARDMAN J 

HARDMAN E 

HARDIN R S 

Hotte Gideon 

Hotte J C 

Horrell Jos 

HARVEY WM 

Hall John 

Hudson N 

Horn Jos 

Hoover John 

Hoover Geo 

Hights t 

Henderson C 

Hoover Jake 

Hayford F 

Hopkins L A 

Hayden E G 

HARTLEY JOHN 

HANNA N A 

Hughes C 

Hammon S 

HARDMAN L W 

HINSHAW J A 

HOTTEL P G 

HUBBEL T J 

Hathaway V 

Howe Chas 

HALLIMAN JOHN- 
HUSTON JOHN 

HILL JAMES A 

Hogan P A 

Hill WK. 

Hill A C 

Hill John 

Henderson C D 

Howard A F 

HEAD JOHN 

Hitchcock C M 

Hudson Mrs M A 

ISACS C 

Ingermundsen P 

Inman Mrs A E 

Israelsky H 

Irons WO 

Ives John 

INGRAHAM H 

ISEMONGER THOS. 

IMAILWM 

IVERS JAS 

IRONS "WM 

Ish C W 

Ish Milton C 

INK T H 

IVES R O 

IVES W T.. 



Occupation. 



Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant ... 



warmer... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Hotel 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer , 

Physician 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Capt Schooner. 



Pedler 

Shoemaker .. 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Main Co Koad 
Main Co Koad 
Main Co Road 



Lodi Koad 

Berryessa Valley. 

Cherry Valley 

Putah Creek 

Cherry Valley 

Berryessa Valley. 
Ericuera Creek.... 
Ericuera Creek.... 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 



Howel Mt 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Canyon 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valle3 T 

Big Ranch Road 

Conn Creek 

Join'g Caymus Ranch 

Soscol Road...." 

Soscol Orchards 

Round House 

Solano County 

Suscol Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soda Creek 

Soda Creek 

Soda Creek 

Lodi Road. 

Lodi Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

WSRoad 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 



Main Street 

Phoenix Mines 

Napa Valley 

Napa County 

Napa Valley 

Soscol Valley 

Main Co Road 

Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 



Residence. 



17 mN Napa City 

16 m N Napa City...... 

17 m NNapa City. 

16 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

20 mN Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

6 mNE Napa City 

18 mNE Napa City.... 

28 m NE Napa City... . 
23 mNE Napa City.... 

22 m NE Napa City.... 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m NW Napa City... 
30 m NW Napa City... 
30 m NW Napa City... 
30 m NWNapa City... 

29 m NW Napa City... 
28 m NW Napa City... 

30 m NW Napa City.. 
32 m NW Napa City... 
28 m NW Napa City... 
28 m NW Napa City.. 
25 m NW Napa City... 
25 m N Napa City 

19 mN Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

5£ m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City...... 

9 m N Napa City 

mSE Napa City 

4£ m S Napa City 

10£ m SE Napa City... 
12 m SE Napa City 

7 m SE Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

6 m N Napa City 

6m N Napa City 

6m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

23 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

Brown Street 

Cross Street 

First and Henniway... 
First and Randolph.... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Phoenix Mines. 

l£ m W Napa City 

11 m W Napa City.... 

2|mN Napa City 

8 m SE Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

30 m NE Napa City... 
30 m NE Napa City... 
m NE Napa City... 
36 m NE Napa City... 
36 m NE Napa City... 



St Helena. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Zem Zem. 
Zem Zem. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Soscol. 
Vallejo. 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



37 



Name. 



JACKSON & CO J A 

JACKSON J A 

JAENSCH W 

JOHNSTON T E 

JONASSON & 

FRIEDLANDER 

Jacks Mrs 

Jacks WS 

JONES M C 

JACKSON & CO 

JACKSON P W 

Johnson Rev Benj 

Johnson P R 

Jacks Saml 

Jacobson M 

Jefery John 

Johnson E A 

Jensen M 

JAMES BENNETT 

Jones Win... 

Jones John 

Johnson J F 

Jacks Saml 

JOHNSON WM 

Johnson J W 

JOHNSON J W 

JUAREZ CAYETANO... 

JUAREZ JOAQUIN.. 

Jacobson Martin 

JULIEN P 

JOHNSON WM... 

Jenkins Thos 

Jeffrey Wm 

Jackson Dawson 

Johnson J A 

JACKSON A M 

Johnson T M 

Jackson John 

Johnson John 

Johnson Thos 

KEAN EDWARD 

KANE JOHN 

KIMBALL ED 

Knapp H H 

Knapp A S 

KIEPER C E 

Kurtz J 

Kester J H 

Knudson Capt A 

Kirk Wm 

Kean John 

Keys Z W 

Karsters J 

KATHER CHAS 

KATHER ALBERT 

Krass John 

Kane Frank 

Kintz J 

Kealy Patrick 

Knowlin John 

Kealy Frank 

Kelly Patrick 

Kettlewell J R 

Keister John 

King H L 

Kennely Wm 

Keler John 

Kaiser J M 

King Mrs M 

Keagen John 

Kesla Peter 

Kinyon E 



Occupation. 



Lumber Dealer- 
Planing Mill 

Merchant 

Attorney 



Merchants. 



Second and Brown. 



Nursery 

Merchant ...... 

Dollar Store... 
Dollar Store... 
M E Minister- 
Painter 

Clerk 

Merchant ...... 

Pumpman 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Tinsmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Gardener 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer , 

Furrier 

Boarding House 

Hardware 

Lumber.., 

Clerk , 

Grocer 

Carpenter 

Miller 

Schooner , 

Laborer 

Dep'ty Assessor. 
Warehouse...*... 

Farmer 

Butcher 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Carpenter 

Stone Cutter 

Mason 

Teamster 

Marble Cutter... 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Watchman 

Laborer 

Laundryman 

Butcher 



Place of Business. 



Main and Fourth .... 

Main and Fifth 

Main and First 

Main bet 1st and 2d. 



Grant Avenue.. 
Grant Avenue.. 
Grant Avenue. 



Seminary Street. 



Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue 

Phcenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Brown's Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa County 

Napa County 

Main Co Road 

E side Napa River 

Join'g Caymus Ranch 
Join'g Caymus Ranch 

Dry Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa City 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 



Capel Valley 

Cherry Valley 

Bostwick's Ranch.... 
Berryessa Valley.... 

Napa Valley 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Main bet 1st and 2d. 
Cor Main and Third. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 

First nr Main , 

Main Street 

McKinstry 



Miner 

Miner 

Livery Stable.... 



Court House. 
Main Street.. 



Residence. 



Kearny and Oak. 



First and Jefferson. 



Oak Avenue. 



3 m W Napa City 

l*m SW Napa City... . 

9 m W Napa City 

9m W Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

14 m N Napa City 

9m N Napa City , 

9 m N Napa City 

18 m NW Napa City. 

£ m E Napa City 

1 m SE Napa City 



2£ m N Napa City 

6m N Napa City 

14 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

14 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City , 

31 m N Napa City , 

35 m NW Napa City. 
27 m NW Napa City. 
25 m NW Napa City. 



1st bet Main & Brown 
1st bet Main & Brown 



Main Street. 



Main street. 



Main Street. 



Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines. 
Main Street.... 



Pearl Street 

Randolph Street 

Washington & Laurel. 

Napa Hotel 

Main Street 

Grant Avenue 

Division Street 

Grant Avenue 

First Street 

Division Street 

Washington Street 

Coombs and First 

Coombs Street 

Pine and Laurel 

Napa City 

Brown Street 

Main Street 

Brown Street 

Vallejo Street 

Main Street 



Spring Street 

Oak Street 

Spring Street 

Hamilton Street 

Montgomery Street. 



Main Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 

Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Glenellen. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
St Helena. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
St Helena. 



38 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



Name. 



KNIEF J H 

KNIEF J F 

Kronest C 

KLAM J A 

Kennay Thos 

Kennedy Pat 

Kruse H 

Kennedy Jas 

Kearny L 

KIDD JAS 

Koenig Caspard 

KRUG OHAS 

Keller Fred 

Kaltenbach C 

Kellogg F E 

KENT D M 

KINKLE S J 

Kinkle Peter 

Kellogg PE 

Knower W 

Knower A 

KingDV 

Kelly Geo 

Ka3hler F 

KEAN EDWIN 

Kineade Kobt 

Kilburn RL 

King J S 

Kilburn Ira 

Kathcart A 

Lyle Peter 

Lynch P , 

Lamdin J F 

LEVINSON F 

Lernhart A 

Lawrence G W 

Lamb 

Lopez John 

Langley G 

Lyman Geo 

Levansaler C L 

Leach Dr W H 

Lecock Rev W 

LANE DR O S 

Lawrence Mrs H 

Lundy John 

Lanmer J N 

Lipman & Co 

Lipman S 

LAZARUS & STRAUS 

LAZARUS L 

LOGAN JOS I 

Lambert W 

LAMBERT & ARNOLD- 
LAMBERT O 

Little J D 

LOCKE W 

LAWRENCE DR L B. 

Lynch E 

Livermore C 

Linnehan D 

Lohman John 

LEONARD GEO 

Little B 

LEWELLING JOHN... 

Lawrence B , 

Langley Chas 

Leary Jos 

Lewis J P 

Lohmany M 

Love Samuel 

Lake Saml , 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Vintner 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Cooper 

Vintner 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Herder .. 

Mechanic 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Painter 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Saloon 

Agent WF& Co 
Variety Store. 

Clerk 

Clerk 



Saloon 

Capitalist 

Surveyor .... 
Expressman. 
Physician ... 

Minister 

Dentist 



Carriage Painter 



Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchants , 

Merchant 

Undertaker 

Barkeeper 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Carpenter 

Merchant 

Physician 

Pound Master... 
Superintendent- 
Fireman 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Horticulturist.... 

Laborer , 

Druggist S F. 

Laborer 

Farmer..... 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Napa County 

Main Co Road 

Conn Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa County 

Napa Vallev 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road........ 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road. 

Main Co Road 

Cherry Valley 

Putah Creek 

Berry essa Valley .... 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Main County Road . 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Main bet 3d and 4th. 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 
Main and Fourth.... 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 

Main and First 

Main bet 1st and 2d. 



Pearl Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street., 
Main Street. 
Main Street- 



Lincoln Avenue. 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Main County Road. 

Main Street 

Pike Street 

Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines 

Phcenix Mines , 

Carneros Creek 

Napa Valley 

1 m S St Helena.... 
1 m S St Helena.... 
lJmS St Helena.., 
lj m S St Helena... 

Napa County 

Little Napa Creek. 

Napa Valley 

Dry Creek , 



Residence. 



If m WNapa City 

If m W Napa City 

4|mW Napa City 

5| m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

4 m SE Napa City 

4 m SE Napa City 

4 m NENapa City 

3 m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

14 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

23 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

19 mN Napa City 

23 m NENapa City 

23 m NE Napa City... . 

27 mN Napa City 

31 m N Napa City 

37 m N Napa City 

26 m NW Napa City.. 
30 m NW Napa City... 

24 m NW Napa City... 

24 m N Napa City 

Washington Street 

Main Street 

Randolph and Division 
Randolph Street 



Clay and Franklin, 
Union Street , 



Main Street 

Calistoga Avenue 

Calistoga Avenue 

Main Street 

First Street 

Second and Franklin... 

Franklin Street 

Stockton Street 

Randolph Street 



Spring Street. 



Main Street 

Oakville Station 

Main Street 

Pike Street 

Cosmopolitan Hotel. 



5 m W Napa City 

6 m SW Napa City.... 
18 m NW Napa City.. 
18 m NW Napa City. 
18 m NW Napa City. 
18 m NW Napa City. 
10 m W Napa City.... 

7 m W Napa City 

2£ m N Napa City 

9 m NW Napa City.... 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
SanFrancisco 
Pope Valley. 
Phcenix. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Capel. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
SanFrancisco 
Phoenix. 
Phcenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
SanFrancisco 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



39 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business, 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Lane Thos 

Lowry J J 

LONG R 

Lane J B 

LINN GEORGE 

Laemmel J 

Lucas M 

Loney John 

Logan 

Land Mrs G E 

Langhan C E 

LOCKWOOD T E 

Latherow Robt 

LaneEobt 

Lawrence Chas 

Lyons James 

Lyons Mrs 

Lawley John 

Livingston Thos 

Lernmis J 

Logan W C 

Lynch David 

Logan W L.... 

Lelland J 

Lafletch 

MANUEL G W 

McCort J F 

Mitchell E W 

Mitchell EP '. 

MARVIN J 

Musgrave B F 

Martin Peter 

MaherC 

Meers Wm 

Montgomery Wm 

Manasse E . 

Merrill SB .. 

Marble N 

Michelson P 

MeGrade James 

McGrade Barney 

MOUNT E A 

McDero Dr 

MELLOR & SYLVESTER 

MELLOR "WM 

MELLOR WM J 

Maynes P 

Moore T 

Murphy Wm.... 

McGuire 

Mount T N 

MANUEL D 

Mygatt H 

McCullen J 

McCLURE 

McHUGHES BROS 

McHUGHES P 

McHUGHES T J 

MIGHAVAOA G 

McClelland & Co J A 

Maclay W J 

Michelson M 

mallett j h 

McCarthy d 

MABES A 

McLaughlin M 

MABRY & CO 

MABRY A Y 

McCabe J F 

McKAY ROBT 

MULLER AUGUSTUS... 
Myies L 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Liquor Dealer. 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Millwright 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Manufacturer... 

Tailor 

Blacksmith. . . 

Blacksmith 

Sale Stable 



E side Napa River.... 
E side Napa Eiver.... 

Conn Creek 

Caymus Dairy 

1 m E Yountville 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soscol Hills 

Foss Valley Koad 

Main County Road.... 



17£ m W Napa City... 
17 m W Napa City.... 
12 m WNapa City.... 
11 m WNapa City.... 
10m WNapa City.... 

3 m SE Napa City 

4 m SE Napa City 

10 m SE Napa City.... 



Berryessa Road 

Wooden Valley , 

Wooden Valley , 

Berryessa Valley 

Pope Valley 

Spanish Valley 

Napa Valley 

Conn Valley 

Foss Valley Road 

Berryessa Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Main Street 

Main bet 2d and 3d... 
First and Lawrence... 
First and Lawrence... 
First and McKinstry. 



6 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

15mNE Napa City..., 
15 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

4 m NE Napa City 

10 m NE Napa City.... 
10 m NE Napa City... 
32 m N Napa City 

m N Napa City 

35 m N Napa City , 

31 m NW Napa City. 

18 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

Grant Avenue 



Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Capt Schooner. 
Farmer 



Carpenter. 
Boatman . . 
Laborer..., 
Laborer..., 
Dairyman. 



Furniture ... 
Furniture... 
Upholsterer 
Hackman ... 

Laborer 

Laborer. 



Coombs bet 1st and 2d 
Coombs bet 1st and 2d 
Coombs bet 1st and 2d 



First Street 

Laurel Street 

First Street 

Grant Avenue 

Levy Street 

Oak Street 

Oak Street 

Grant Avenue 

Union Street 

Grant Avenue 

Grant Avenue 

Fifth Street 

Washington Street... 

Union Street 

Pine and Franklin... 
Division & Washington 



Clerk 

Agent 

Harness Store.... 
Harness Store.... 
Notary Public... 

Book Store 

Book Store 

Book Store 

Wine Dealer 

Grocers 

Grocer 

Clerk 

Butcher 

Boarding House 

Shoe Store 

Barkeeper 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Shoemaker 

Tailor 

Shoe Store 

Barkeeper 



Fourth and Main 

Main bet 5th and 6th.. 
Main bet 3d and 4th... 
Main bet 3d and 4th... 
Main bet 3d and 4th... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 3d and 4th.. 

Main and Fourth 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 

Second and Main 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 

Main Street 

First and Browu 

1st bet Main & Brown 
Main Street 



Seminary Street 

Pearl Street 

Napa Hotel 

First Street 

Main Street 

Pearl Street 

College Street 

Third and Brown.. .. 

Randolph Street 

Oak Street 

Third and Franklin. 



Brown Street 

Randolph Street, 



Main and Fourth. 



Randolph bet 1st & 2d.. 



Calistoga Avenue., 
First and Coombs. 



St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford . 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Suisun. 
Suisun. 
Suisun. 
Monticello. 
Pope Valley 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



40 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



MOODY, TJLHICH 

& SMITH 

MOODY P M 

MURLOOK DAVID 

Mo-Gee John 

Millsap J T 

MugfordWB 

Milks David 

Molloy J C 

McDonald 

Millsap Jacob 

Muller J 

Montgomery RT 

Moss Chas 

Mc Court Mrs Jas 

Mansfield J M 

McDonald Pat , 

Marvis Chas 

McAuley Thos 

Mondy M 

March D 

McDerrnott Thos 

Morse Mrs M J 

McEnerney Mrs M 

McCord JH 

McCordL 

Meldoon M 

McGee Jas 

McCormick H M 

Meyer Paul 

McCarty John 

McCann Jos 

Montgomery Geo 

McGuire John 

MICHEL DRWM 

McARTHUR JOHN 

McGuire Chas 

Mitchell HH 

Mangas J 

Mayer P 

Mcdonald a o 

Mcdonald d d 

Mcdonald d w 

Mcdonald h r 

Miller E 

McCHLLIS H 

Morison Robert 

Mckenzie a 

Martin Jas H 

Meyer M 

McKelvy John 

McCrellis Geo 

MARRIN Ji^MES 

McClaiti "Wm 

McCarty D W".'.'U'.,. , , 

Malone John...... 

Maccaye Geo..,.....,. ....... 

Meehan Jas....... ,. .. 

McGovern Wm 

Mills J R 

Manager Peter 

Magnani M ••••.•••• 

Mehon M...... .... 

^fooney J....... 

Manes W C........ .................. 

Mullaley John 

Mannell Geo...... 

Moore Chas 

McKinsey John G 

Moss John H 

Muller F„ f 

MERRILL A P,,.,, .. v . ...... 



Blacksmiths 

Blacksmith 

Cooper 

Fruit Dealer 

Teamster 

Real Estate Agt. 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Carpenter 



136 Main Street. 
136 Main Street. 
Main Street 



Marble Cutter... 
Editor Register. 



Farmer , 

Teamster .... 
Brickmaker 
Ice Dealer... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 



Main Street. 



R R House 
Justice of Peace 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Constable .... 

Butcher 

Barkeeper.... 
Blacksmith.. 
Blacksmith.. 

Sexton 

Blacksmith.. 
Physician.... 
Seton Dealer 

Hostler 

Dentist 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Blacksmith 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Shoemaker 

Sorting Foreman 

Foreman 

Hotel 

Teamster 

Engineer 

Miner 

Fireman 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

F'rman Furnace 

Fireman 

Laborer 

Miner 

Blacksmith 

Hotel 

Carpenter 

Miner 

Engineer 

Farmer 



Main Street., 
Main Street. 



Randolph Street... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Vallejo Street 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

Calistoga Avenue. 
Calistoga Avenue. 

Main Street 

Brown Street 

Brown Street , 

Vallejo Street , 

Vallejo Street 

Fourth Street 

Franklin Street.... 
Stockton Street.... 
Seminary Street.. 
Joining City W ... 
Joining City W ... 
Franklin Street.... 

Clay Street 

Main Street 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road.... 

Spring Street 

Oak Avenue 



Main Street... 
Main Street... 
Main Street.., 
Spring Street. 



Main Street... 
Main Street.., 
Spring Street. 
Spring Street., 



Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Jefferson Street- 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street , 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Knoxville , 

Knoxville... 

Knoxville , 

Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phcenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines , 

Phcenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Phcenix Mines 

Washington Mines. 

JEtnaMines 

./Etna Mines 

Manhattan Mines... 
Manhattan Mines... 
Manhattan Mines... 
Sonoma Road 



Hamilton Street — 

Block P 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

Montgomery Street. 
Montgomery Street. 
Montgomery Street. 



High Street. 
High Street.. 



2 m SW Napa City 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St. Helena. 
St. Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phcenix. 
Phcenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phcenix. 
Phcenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phcenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Manhattan. 
Manhattan. 
Manhattan. 
Napa City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



41 



Name. 



Mounts F 

Metcalf J 

MORRIS MAJ WM 

GOTJVERNEUR 

MIDDLETON WM 

MORGAN THOS 

MOORE R E F 

Mack Charles 

Mattos J A 

McVay Wilson 

Mero John F. 

Mero Alexander 

Moser C 

MARCH A J 

Mulleni J W 

McCord JH 

Morgan J A 

Magness T H 

McFike JM 

MAVITY JOHN 

McGEORGE L, H 

Maloney Patrick 

Marcelin L 

McFARLING JAS 

MONTGOMERY R F 

Mackie D J 

McFEEKEY JOHN 

Moore James , 

Minton J L 

McDonald John 

McClure FB 

McClure J S 

Mcdonald d 

Maynard Wm 

McLennan D R 

Mann F A 

MoKAY JAS 

Magher P 

Marshall J L 

Matson Oris 

Merritt 

Merritt E 

Merritt W 

McOOMBS ISAAC 

MITCHELL PATRICK... 

McDermott John 

McDermott Martin 

Manneng C 

McGinty N 

McGintv J 

McKneel W F 

MECKLENBERG JOS ... 

McGuire Thos , 

McGuire Andrew 

Matzen A 

Musick J J 

Meeker D 

McHugh James 

McNulty James 

Modesta B 

MOONEY BERNARD 

Mulford D P 

Moore "Wm 

Martinello Antone 

Martinello Jasper 

Meders Mannell 

Maloney David 

Manning P 

Murray Jos A 

McFarlane M 

Miller Jos 

Miller B 



Occupation. 



Carpenter .. 
Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Agent 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer...,! 

Horticulturist. 

Farmer 

Gardener 

Gardener 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Laborer 

Farmer.., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miller 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman , 

Gardener. 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Main County Road.. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road.. 



Place of Business. 



Dry Creek... 
Soscol Road. 



Morrisiana...... 

Napa Valley.... 

Solano County 
Soscol Valley... 
Napa Valley... 
Woodward's..., 

Foss Valley 

Foss Valley 

Foss Valley 

Foss Valley 

Main Co Road 



Lodi Road 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River 

Conn Creek 

lmE Yountville 

Main County Road .... 

Napa Valley 

Huichica Creek. 

Napa Valley... 

Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Lower Sonoma Road.. 
Lower Sonoma Road.a 

Brown's Valley 

1 mS St Helena 

Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road.. 

Sonoma Road 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Napa County 

Redwoods 

Redwoods 

Lodi Road 

Main Co Road 

Brewery Road.. 

Brewery Road 

Wooden Valley 

Wooden Valley — .... 

Wooden Valley 

Wooden Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Pope Valley 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Pope Creek 

Pope Creek 

Pope Creek 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 



Residence. 



9 m NW Napa City. 
1 m SE Napa City... 



5 m SE Napa City.... 

7 m SE Napa City.. .. 
10 m SE Napa City.. 

8 m SE Napa City.... 

I m NE Napa City..., 
4 m NE Napa City... 
10 m NE Napa City. 
10 m NE Napa City. 
10 m NE Napa City. 
10 m NE Napa City. 

II m N Napa City.... 

15 m N Napa City.... 

16 m N Napa City.... 

16 m N Napa City.... 

17 m N Napa City.... 



20 m N Napa City. 

20 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

2 m N Napa City 

15 m NNapa City 

10 m NNapa City 

13 m NW Napa City., 

3 m SW Napa City...., 
7i m SW Napa City.. 
2 m SW Napa City.... 

2f mW Napa City 

2| m W Napa City 

If mW Napa City..... 
5 mSW Napa City 

4 m SW Napa City.... 

3£m W Napa City 

18 m NW Napa City... 

2 m SW Napa City 

2 m SW Napa City 

2 m SW Napa City 

Joining City Napa W.. 

4 m N Napa City 

H m N Napa City 

3 J m N Napa City 

17 m NW Napa City... 

16 m NW Napa City... 
16 m NW Napa City... 

21 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City..... 

10 m NE Napa City ... 
10 m NE Napa City ... 
10 m NE Napa City... 

21 mN Napa City 

27 m N Napa City 

36 mN Napa City 

38 m N Napa City 



36 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City.... 
32 m NW Napa City.. 
32 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City.. 
30 m NW Napa City.. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 

Soscol. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St. Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Glenellen. 
Glenellen. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Suisun. 
Napa City. 
Suisun. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Phoenix. 
Zem Zem. 
Zem Zem. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Pope Valley. 
Pope Valley, 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 



42 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



M 



M. 



Martz John 

Martz Martin 

Martz Saml 

Milam James 

Musgrave Calvin 

Menefee C A 

Montgomery Wm 

Martz Sebastian 

Murphey M 

Morris Kev Milton.. .. 

Maxey Jas 

Musso 

Montgomery M 

McGrew John 

MILLER GEN 

McFARLAND A 

MULLER O P 

MAYPIELD JOS 

McINTIRE J J 

NEWHOUSE D 

Noyes J C 

Newfelder E.. 

Nielson N L 

Nichols J E 

NEWKORN S 

NICHOLS J M 

NICHOLS & PEARSON 
NUSSBERGER & 

HCERNLE 

Norsworthy John N 

Norton James 

Norton A W 

Nichell CT A 

NICHOSON T P 

Newton A B 

Nelson Geo 

Nash WH 

NUNN H 

Neisser M 

Newkirk I J 

NORTON J G 

Nye Gorham H 

NUNNALLY H H 

Netherton David 

Neece Jas 

Newcombner S 

Northrop CW 

Norton D V 

O'CONNEL & KANE 

O'CONNEL DAN 

O'CONNEL M : 

Overdick Wm 

Orr J 

O'Brien Mrs A 

Olmstead Dr K H 

Owens Chas 

Oshar Patrick 

Ohaver John 

O'Neill Patrick 

Owens J H 

O'Gara M 

Olson John 

Osborne Joseph 

O'Brien Wm 

Otto Herman 

O'CONNOR JAMES 

Olds Geo 

Orr Columbus 

Owen J H 

Osborne Geo 

O'Brien John 

Owens Thos ... 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Capitalist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Bookkeeper.... 

Clerk 

Barber 

Tobacconist ... 

Saloon , 

Bank Exchange 



Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main County Road.... 
Main County Road.... 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Ho wel Mountain , 

Chiles Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River 

Napa Valley 

E s Napa River 

Second and Main 

Main bet 2d and 3d... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 

Main and First 

Main and Second 



30 m NW Napa City 
30 m NW Napa City.. 

29 m NW Napa City... 
27 m NW Napa City.. 
27 m NW Napa City.. 

30 m NW Napa City.. 
36 m NW Napa City- 
Si m NW Napa City. 

24 m NW Napa City... 
33 m NW Napa City... 

25 m NW Napa City.. 

25 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

12 m NW Napa City... 
12 m NW Napa City... 

Main and Second 

Main Street 



Main Street 

Randolph Street 



Music Hall 

Drayman 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Physician 

Druggist 

Farmer 

Cook 

Horticulturist 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Steamer Captain 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Livery 

Livery 

Shoemaker 

Laborer 

Carpenter 



First and Brown. 



Grant Avenue 

Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue 

E side Napa River. 
Little Napa Creek . 
Main County Road. 
Calabassas Creek... 



Division Street 

Cross Street 

Coombs and Pearl. 
Main Street 



Wooden Valley 

Ericuera Creek 

Pope Valley 

Main Co Road 

Napa Valley 

Main above First .... 
Main above First.-.. 
Main bet 1st and 2d. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 



12 m NW Napa City.. 
6£ m WNapa City.... 

b\ m N Napa City 

17 m NW Napa City... 

14 m N Napa City 

16 m NNapa City 

16 m N Napa City 

17 mN Napa City 

24 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City , 

m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m NW Napa City. 
29 m NW Napa City. 



Grant and Laurel. 
Union Street 



Physician 

Boarding House 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Saloon... 

Section Boss... 

Miner 

Sup't Mine...., 

Cook 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Blacksmith. . . 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 



First Street 

Calistoga Avenue. 
Calistoga Avenue. 
Brown Street 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Jefferson Street. 



Phoenix Mines 

Manhattan Mines... 
Manhattan Mines... 

Napa Valley 

Wild Horse Valley. 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Rutherford 

St Helena 

St Helena 

Wooden Valley 



m E Napa City..., 
m E Napa City .... 

2|m NNapa City 

l£mN Napa City.... 

15 m N Napa City.... 

18 m N Napa City... . 

18 m N Napa City... . 

10 m NE Napa City. 



Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 

Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Glenellen. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Suisun. 
Zem Zem. 
Pope Valley. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Phoenix. 
Manhattan. 
Manhattan. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



43 



Name. 



Olvy "Wesley 

Owens L F 

Owens TH 

Owens T J 

Owens M V 

Owens J C 

Owsley WD 

Oaty 

PARKS R G 

POND J E 

Porter S 

POND DR M B 

PEARSON T A 

PENDERGAST W W. 
PENDERGAST & 

JOHNSTON 

PARKS <fc WOOD 

PARKS D B 

PEARSON I N 

Priesce J 

Pinkham G 

Parker T H 

Porter Eev Nathan 

Parker R 

Pearch C 

Pierson J C 

Pendergast B 

Preston J 

Palmer P :... 

Packard A J 

Pearce Augustus 

Piatt Richard 

Peasly Wm 

Patchett J M 

Palmer J M 

Porter Thos H 

POTTER J O 

Patek J 

PHILLIPS W L 

Prouty CR 

Pritchard Nathan 

Petit J 

Penwell Mrs 

Philpot Wm 

POTTS J H 

PEACOCK E A 

Porter Geo 

Price E 

Patten Daniel 

Peel Peter Edward 

PORTERFIELD H 

Presbury John 

Pugh JE 

PACCAUD L 

PACCAUD WM L 

Pinney F B 

PATRICK WM M 

PLATT J G 

PARKER H C 

PLASS C W 

PLASS WM 

Peterson G W 

Peterson T C 

Pust Mrs Annie 

Pemberton R W 

Potterton Abraham 

Pearsall Jesse 

Phillips George 

Parker R 

Pinson A 

Pettengill J A 

Pierce D 



Occupation. 



Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hardware 

Attorney , 

Physician 

Physician 

Bank Exchange 
Attorney 



Place of Business 



Attorneys 

Harness Man'frs 
Harness Manuf'r 
Glove Manuf..... 

Tailor 

Capt Schooner... 



Minister 

Carpenter 

Painter , 

Deputy Recorder 



Laborer. 



County Surveyor 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Under Sheriff. 

Laborer 

Blacksmith .... 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Shoemaker .... 

Carpenter 

Capitalist 



Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Hotel 

Mine Foreman... 

Laborer 

Superintendent... 
Superintendent- 
Farmer 

Farmer 

Infirmary Sup't 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Gardener 

Dentist 

Farmer 



Sedar Canyon 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Napa Valley 

Chiles Canyon 

Main bet 2d and 3d.. 

Third and Main 

Third and Main 

Main bet 1st and 2d.. 

Main and Second 

Main bet 1st and 2d.. 



Main bet 1st and 2d... 

117 Main Street 

117 Main Street 

Main Street 

First and Brown 



Residence. 



46 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

26 m NW Napa City.. 

22 m N Napa City 

Clay Street 

Franklin and Division 

Third and Franklin 

Clay and Randolph 



First and School. 



Brown Street. 
Clay Street..., 



Town or 
Post Office 



Main Street.. 
Court House 



Court House , 



Spring Street. 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 



Lincoln Avenue 

Main street , 

Main Street , 

Phoenix Mines 

Phoenix Mines 

Washington Mines... 

(Etna Mines 

Carneros Creek 

Lower Sonoma Road. 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley, , 

Napa Valley , 

Napa Valley 

Mill Creek 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

E side Napa River — 

Big Ranch Road 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 



Grant Avenue. ... 

Grant Avenue 

Cross Street 

Cross Street 

Cross Street , 

Franklin Street.... 

Union Street 

Union Street 

Franklin Street.... 
Franklin Street.... 
Stockton Street.... 
Seminary Street... 
Seminary Street .. 
Joining City W.. 
Franklin Street.... 
Calistoga Avenue. 
Spring Street 



Main Street. 
Pine Street.. 



Main Street. 



4£ m WNapa City 

4£ m SW Napa City... 

I m SW Napa City 

3 m SW Napa City .... 

3 m SW Napa City... . 
18 m NW Napa City.. 
9m W Napa City 

m N Napa City 

4^ m N Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

16 m NW Napa City.. 
16£ m NW Napa City 
111 m NW Napa City. 
9 m NW Napa City.... 

18 m N Napa City 

5j m N Napa City 

II mS Napa City 

1 m NE Napa City 

2 J m NE Napa City... 

J m NE Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 



Knoxville. 
Zem Zem. 
Zem Zem. 
Zem Zem. 
Zem Zem. 
Zem Zem. 
Calistoga. 
Pope Valley, 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 

Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 



44 



Ii.. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



PellettH A 

Pershbaker J 

Pinkham P 

Pinkham W P ..... 

Peel Wm 

Peterson Wm 

Potts Peter 

Philpott A 

PRATT W A 

Pruitt E 

Pilgrim Geo 

Pare Henry 

POLK T W 

Parks Wm .. 

PALMER P H 

Pratt WB 

Priest J 

Priest D L 

Priest L 

Pritchard 

Penland I J 

PARKER T M... 

Phillips WL 

POSTON VANCE... 

Qmtzow A 

KaneyT F 

RYAN JOHN 

Kichmond Wm 

Kobertson S 

Kitchie M 

Eoss D 

Richman 

Eobinson B & Son 

Pose John 

Robinett E 

Rames Jos 

Rogers Mrs E 

Richie Col M 

Reed Wm 

Robinson B 

Robinson Beebe . 

Rosslewin T B 

Reynolds J N 

Richmond John 

Reynolds M S 

Risley H 

Rampendahl A C 

Richtar L .. 

ROBERTS T 

RIOKMAN T H 

Roberts J R 

Roberts W B 

Raney J J ... .... 

Rice C R 

Rowland H. 

Rafferty Thos 

Ramises Antonio 

Ryan Jas 

ROBINSON CHAS. 

Rose Mrs A E. 

Roth J A 

Romara F 

Rose MP 

Richie Geo 

RuleDr D K 

RONEY A S 

RONEY L 

ROBINSON E W— 

Roeder F A 

Rommel G 

Rutherford T L 

Rector Mrs E 



Occupation. 



Vintner.... 

Farmer .... 

Carpenter. 

Plasterer 

Farmer.... 

Vintner..., 

Farmer 

Farmer ... , 

Farmer .... 

Laborer.. . 

Laborer.... 

Farmer ... . 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Farmer.... 

Farmer..., 

Farmer.... 

Farmer .... 

Farmer .... 

Farmer.... 

Farmer.... 

Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer . . 

Farmer.... 

Hotel 

Saloon 

Carpenter , 
Laborer... 
Carpenter. 
Carpenter. 
Drayman , 
Carpenter., 
Farmer.... 



Pedler. 



Carpenter , 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Dentist 

Carpenter 

Drayman 

Merchant 

Carpenter ... 

Music Teacher. 

Barkeeper 

Blacksmith 

Butcher.... 

Road Master ... 

Teamster 

Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Miner.. 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Vintner — 

Physician .., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Main Co Road., 



Napa,Valley 

Capel Valley 

Cherry Valley 

Ericuera Creek 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley... 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Conn Valley 

E s Napa River 

E sNapa River 

E s Napa River 

E side Napa River., 

Sonoma Creek 

Third and Main 

First St E of Main. 



Coombs and First. 
McKinstry 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Knoxville- 

Knoxville.. 

Phoenix Mines 

Washington Mines... , 

^EtnaMines 

Carneros Creek.. 

Carneros Creek... , 

1 m N Sonoma Road 

Napa Valley 

Carneros Creek 

Napa Valley 

\\ m S St Helena 

Little Napa, Creek 

Little Napa Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley... 

Dry Creek 

Napa Valley 

Conn Creek 



Residence. 



18 mN Napa City. 
16 m N Napa City. 
16 m N Napa City. 
16 m N Napa City. 
16 m N Napa City. 
16 m N Napa City. 



19 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

6 m NENapa City 

14 m NE Napa City ... 

23 m NE Napa City.. 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m NNapa City 

26 m NW Napa City. 

26 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City , 

9 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

11 m N Napa City 

17 mNW Napa City- 
Main Street 



Fifth Street 

Cross Street , 

Grant and Laurel. 

Grant Avenue , 

Semin ary Street. . . , 

F.irst Street 

First Street. 

Pearl Street 

First Street 

Stockton Street 

Stockton Street...., 

Third Street ... 

Joining City W ... 

First Street .... 

Franklin Street- - 
Seminary Street- 
Seminary Street- 



Spring Street 

Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue. 



Block 7 

Montgomery Street. 
High Street 



4? m W Napa City..., 
4£ m W Napa City.... 
m W Napa City.-, 

3 m SW Napa City... 
4 J m W Napa City... 
18 m NW Napa City., 
18 m NW Napa City.. 

m NW Napa City. 
8|mNW Napa City., 
1 m N Napa City 

4 m NW Napa City.., 
17 m NW Napa City.. 

15 m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 



Town or 
Post Office 



St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Zem Zem. 
Pope Valley. 
Calistoga. 
Pope Valley. 
Pope Valley. 
Pope Valley. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



45 



Name. 



Boss Wm T 

Bate 

Rowlev John M 

RAGSDALE J P 

RAIMAN T W 

Eice Root 

Robinson Wm 

Raven C 

Rounds J C 

Reeve George 

Roberts H 

Ryan Dennis.. 

Ryan E 

Robson Thos 

Rampendahl H 

Richards Henry 

Rowley Geo 

RENEY A J 

Roberts P 

Roberts E 

BOOKER CONRAD 

Ryan M 

Rose John 

Reagan John B 

Rice Mary E 

Reese GW C 

Rogers Thos 

Richie 

SORIBNER T S 

Sickler Chas 

SWARTZ H 

Snow J G 

SHEEHY ROBT 

Sparrow FA 

SMITH & COOK 

SMITH F F 

SMITH D 

SPENCER DENNIS 

Stewart N E 

SMITH W 

SHERWOOD M F 

SHAFER J O 

Seman B 

Seeds J N 

Schmied W H B 

STOFFELS N 

SEMORILE B 

SALMONSON J 

Sharp J W 

Sampson A 

Sprecles L 

Sulivan F 

Studeman J 

SAWYER & CO 

SAWYER B F 

SAWYER F A 

SmithS E 

SEELEY C B 

STONEY THOS B 

Swain R M 

Shanihan D 

Sheridan Thos 

Shephard Mrs 

Smith W C S 

SYLVESTER HENRY. 

Steere R N 

STERLING & THOMP- 
SON 

STERLING R H 

Stewart Chas W 

Souther C N 

Scott S A 



Farmer .... 
Farmer.... 
Carpenter 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Painter .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer ... , 
Farmer ... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Vintner... 
Farmer..., 
Farmer.... 
Laborer... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farnter.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 

Livery 

Tinner 

Tinner 



Occupation. 



Conn Creek 

Caymus Ranch.... 
1 m E Yountville . 

m E Yountville . 

m S Yountville. 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soscol Valley 

Creston Station.... 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soda Creek 

Main Co Road 

St Helena 



Capel Valley 

Gordon Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Schnell Valley 

Ericuera Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Conn Valley 

E side Napa River 

Cor Main and Third... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 



Grain Dealer.. 

Barber 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Dist Attorney 
Com'n Merchant 
Blacksmith.... 
Harness Manuf r 
Marble Dealer... 

Laborer 

Shoemaker 

Jeweler 

Saloon 

Grocer 

Gen'l Merchdse.. 

Hotel 

Drayman 



Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Bookkeeper 

County Clerk.... 
County Judge... 
Under Sheriff.... 

Laborer 

Tailor 



Revenue Coll'r.. 

Furniture 

Attorney 



Real Estate Agts 



Dancing Hall. 

Carpenter 

Stock Raiser... 



Place or Business. 



Main bet 3d and 4th... 
Main bet 2d and 3d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 

124 Main Street 

136 Main Street 

Main above Clay 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

1st bet Main & Brown 

Main above First 

First nr Main 

First nr Main 

Second Street 



Grant Avenue- 
Grant Avenue , 
Grant Avenue . 



Court House.. 
Court House. 
Court House. 



Main Street 

Coombs bet 1st and 2d 

Main Street , 

Pearl and Lawrence 



Residence. 



12 m N Napa City...., 

11 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

8 m N Napa City 

4 m E Napa City 

m E Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

11£ m SE Napa City.. 

9 m SE Napa City 

3mNE Napa City.... 

3 mNE Napa City 

7 m NE Napa City.... 

12 m N Napa City 



19 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

25 m N Napa City.... 

26 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

m N Napa City 

34 m N Napa City...., 

33 m N Napa City 

31 m N¥ Napa City., 
25 m N Napa City..., 

17 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

Main and Third , 

Clay Street , 

Brown Street 

Main bet 4th and 5th.. 
South Vallejo 



Extension of First. 
Randolph Street.... 



Vallejo Street 

Spencer Road 

Seminary and Clay. 
Grant Avenue... 



Main Street 

Coombs and Clay. 
First Street 



Division Street. 
Grant Avenue.., 

Cross Street 

Grant Avenue.., 



Franklin and Laurel.. 
Franklin and Laurel.. 

Grant Avenue 

Fourth and Coombs... 
Third and Rgndolph.. 

Coombs and Pearl 

Union Street 

Washington Street 

"Washington Street 

"Washington and Oak- 



Main near Pearl, 



Randolph Street. 
Randolph Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Vallejo. 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Capel. 
Napa City. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Pope Valley, 
Zem Zem. 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
Calistoga. 
Capel. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 

Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



46 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OP 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business 



Eesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Shutis Edward 

Sneed Mrs Mary 

Smith Mrs A J 

Sylveter Mrs M D 

Shaw A 

Springstein Benj 

Sticklin J C 

Smith E T 

See MM..., 

Stinger Henry 

Smith Mrs 

Seifer Henry 

Semisen Wm 

Seawell A 

Sinclair John 

Sparrow Mrs 

SWARTZ H F 

Smith Prof W A C 

Sullivan Mrs M 

Schunemann E 

Stamer G 

Spurr K L 

SALMONSON S 

SIMMONS RICHARD 

STRAUS J E 

SCHULZE OSCAR 

Scott Jos '. 

Sheehan B K 

Stratton Mrs 

St Clair H C 

Simmons "W E 

Sullivan John 

Spencer E 

Smith 

Sturges Ira 

SEAWELL, 

RICKMAN & SWAN 

SWAN AMOS 

Schonwald Geo 

Stratton W E 

SEAWELL MAJ J H 

SEAWELL J L 

Sweitzer C 

Stafford A 

Sweitzer L 

Schwartka W E 

Stephens Geo 

Sheer John 

Shaw Robt 

SEAWELL 

Standard TE 

Seawell C 

Shetter 

Sutton Wm 

Spielman L "W 

Sears P A 

Smith J W 

Sitting John 

Sweitzer L H 

Sweitzer J .....' 

Sweitzer L , 

SeaThos 

Spencer 

SeaE 

Silvia Antone 

SMITH R T 

SACKETT K : 

Salmon W K 

SMITH P G 

SERVICE THOS 

STROWA JOHN 

Seaman B 



Painter . 



Earmer... 
Engineer. 
Painter..., 



Mechanic 
Gardener. 



Laborer. 
Laborer 
Laborer 
Laborer. 



Livery.. 
Teacher. 



Main Street. 



Saloon 

Butcher 

Variety Store... 

Blacksmith 

Merchant 

Cabinet Maker. 

Gardener , 

Earmer 



Main Street., 
Main Street.. 
Main Street., 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Eandolph Street 

Clay Street 

Eranklin Street 

Head of 3d Street , 

Joining City W 

Laurel Street 

Head of 4th Street.... 
Eourth and Eranklin. 

Brown Street 

Brown Street -. — 

Vallejo Street 

Calistoga Avenue 

Vallejo Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Pearl Street 

Main Street 

Spring Street 

Spring Street 

Spring Street 

Main Street 

lmWSt Helena .... 



Oak Avenue. 
Main Street . 



Capitalist . 
Carpenter , 
Laborer ... 



Horticulturist... 



Napa Valley 

Lincoln Avenue. 



3 m WNapa City. 



Butchers 

Butcher 

Hotel 

Saloon 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Stockdealer 

Earmer 

Deputy Sheriff- 
Postmaster 

Miner 

Engineer , 

Teamster 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Earmer , 

Farmer 

Fowl Kaiser 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Earmer 

Farmer , 

Dairyman , 

Mechanic , 



Lincoln Avenue., 
Lincoln Avenue., 
Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Pine Flat. 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 



Knoxville , 

iEtna Mines 

^Etna Mines 

JEtna Mines 

Lincoln Avenue. . 

Chiles Valley 

Pope Valley 

Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 
Ericuera Creek.... 

Pope Valley 

Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 
Berryessa Valley. 

Putah Creek 

Berryessa Valley. 

Putah Creek 

Napa Vallev 

Napa Valley 

Huichica Creek.... 
Huichica Creek.... 

Sonoma Koad 

Carneros Creek.... 
Carneros Creek.... 
Brown's Valley.... 



Main Street , 

Block Q 

Block Q 

Hamilton Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

Montgomery Street 



28 m N Napa City 

37 mN Napa City 

37 m N Napa City 

37 mN Napa City 

7 m N Napa City. ... 

35 mN Napa City 

50 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

26 m NNapa City 

23 m N Napa City 

29 m N Napa City 

29 m N Napa City 

29m NNapa City..;... 
28 m NNapa City 

4 m SW Napa City 

5 m SW Napa City.... 
7 m S WNapa City... 

6 m SW Napa City .... 

4 m W Napa City 

4 m SW Napa City .... 
4 m SW Napa City .... 
4 m W Napa City 



Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Knoxville. 

Phcenix. 

Phoenix. 

Phoenix. 

Calistoga. 

Pope Valley 

Phoenix. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Zem Zem. 

Pope Valley, 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 

Napa City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



47 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Squibb David 

Sciarroni Frank 

Smilev R 

SAWYER E D 

SAWYER J E 

Sigrist J J 

SAUL J B 

SIMMONS H C... 

SIMMONS M 

SPENOE R 

Steir G 

Stevens John 

Scearee Robt 

Stevenson EL 

Stice M 

Symms R H 

Smith ChasE 

SIMMONS R O 

Starr C 

Sherman Wm 

Smith Wm D 

SPROUL E R 

Scott A 

Sayre Sophie.. 

Scally M 

Schultz John 

Sulivan Daniel 

Spoton WH 

SHOUSE B 

Schulte Jos. 

Swift J J 

STTJDEMAN J J 

SANDEROOCK JOHN 

Starks 

Sanders Wm 

Smith A J 

Simpson Edward 

SAYWARD J W 

Sharvein Pat 

Scott Jehu 

SHAMP T B 

Strode S E 

Schramm Jacob 

Sheehan Pat 

Steifel Chas 

Sandifer B F 

SULLENQER JOHN.... 

STECKTER JOHN 

Sullinger W R 

Schroeder Chris 

SIMMONS W S 

Smith C W 

Starr TN 

Stsetzel F 

Spear Asa 

STOREY O A 

Seawell Jos 

Spear M 

Spear Lewis 

Stevenson H 

Smith James 

Sea Geo 

Samuels 

Sea Adam 

SeaF M 

Sea D F 

SmithS W 

Swift Richard 

Simmons A 

Scott W A 

Storms P G 

Sellers T J , 



Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Mechanic 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hop Grower.. 

Vintner 

Laborer 

Miller 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Cook 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer , 

Laborer 

Farmer ........ 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hop Grower. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 

Miner 

Mason 

Farmer 

Carpenter...., 
Farmer 



Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa County 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Calabassas Creek 

Redwoods 

Redwoods 

Redwoods 

E side Napa River 

Conn Creek 

Napa River 

Conn Creek 

Join'g Caymus Ranch 

lJmS Yountville 

Redwoods 

Napa Valley 

I m E Napa City 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soscol Valley 

Soscol Valley 

Soscol Hills 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Soda Creek 

Soda Creek 

Foss Valley 



2£ m SW Napa City... 
18 m NW Napa City... 

m W Napa City 

3J m NW Napa City- 
Si m NW Napa City... 

m NW Napa City 

4 m N Napa City 

17 m NW Napa City.. 
17 m NW Napa City.. 

17 m NWNapa City... 
15 m NW Napa City... 
15 m NW Napa City 

11 m NW Napa City... 

18 m NNapa City 

14 m N Napa City 

15 m NNapa City 

12 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

m NW Napa City.... 

11 m NW Napa City.. 
2£ m N Napa City 

I m E Napa City 

m SE Napa City 

2£ m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

m SE Napa City 

10 J m SE Napa City... 

12 m SE Napa City ... 

II m SE Napa City 

10 m SE Napa City 



Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Brewery Road 



Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road. 
Main Co Road 



2mNENapa City 

5 m NE Napa City 

£m NE Napa City.... 
5 J m NE Napa City .... 
lOmNENapa City.... 
20 m NNapa City 

20 m N Napa City 

Napa City 

21 mN Napa City 

24 m N Napa City 

24 m N Napa City 

23 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

9m N Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 



Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Oakville. 
Glenellen. 
Glenellen. 
Glenellen. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa Jct'n. 
Vallejo. 
Vallejo. 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 



Main Co Road 



18 m N Napa City. 

15 m N Napa City. 
17 m N Napa City. 
17 m N Napa City. 
17 m N Napa City. 

16 m N Napa City. 

17 m N Napa City. 
17 m N Napa City. 



Wooden Valley. 

Capel Valley 

Gordon Valley .. 

Putah Creek 

Putah Creek 

Putah Creek 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley...., 
Napa Valley — 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley... . 



19 m N Napa City 

12 m NNapa City 

15 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

28 m N Napa City 

33 m NW Napa City. 
27 m NW Napa City. 
27 m NW Napa City. 
31 m N W Napa City 

29 m NW Napa City. 
29 m NW Napa City.. 



St Helena. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

Yountville. 

Yountville. 

Oakville. 

Oakville. 

Oakville. 

Rutherford. 

St Helena. 

Rutherford. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

St Helena. 

Suisun. 

Capel. 

Suisun. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Monticello. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 



48 



L. L. PAULSON'S hand-book: and dikectory of 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Selby Y E 

Safely Andrew 

Strode Chas 

Sulivan J 

Sellers I 

Sygs 

Swartz Geo 

Sharp C B 

Sage F A 

Swartout 

Smith 

SALMINA JOHN 

SALMINA FRANK 

SALMINA B 

STITT SAML 

Sellers Jos 

Sandiford 

SMITTLB J W 

Thompson W W 

TOWLB G W 

TALLMAN D S 

Toles 

Thompson TH 

Turtle SS 

Tunison John 

TobinM 

Turtle AD 

Tuston F N 

Tracy S P 

Turner Mrs Jane 

Townsend James 

TRUBODY J S 

TRUBODY E W 

Tucker W R 

Turtle J T 

Tortan F 

Thiebault C 

Tosetti B 

Tully Leonard 

Tainter A , 

Touolla A 

Tantan Geo 

TABER J T 

Townsend Saml 

THOMPSON R S 

THOMPSON D E 

Thedens Mrs C 

Thurston Mrs M , 

Taplin John O 

Thrasher James 

Tucker T J 

TRUEBODY W P 

TOPPING WM 

TRUE JOHN 

TRUE ELIJAH .... 

TRUE M O 

THOMPSON SIMPSON- 
THOMPSON JAMES M- 

TRUBODY J S 

TRUBODY JP 

TRUBODY W A 

Turner Jas 

Thompson Chas 

Trumpler John 

TuckerG W 

TALLMAN THOS 

Tapie Wm 

Thomas 

TURNER JOHN 

TURNER H 

TealeP T 

Tucker f ww 



Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Mason 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Attorney 

Variety Store. 



Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Howel Mountain 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Valley , 

Conn Valley 

Conn Valley 

E side Napa River.... 

E side Napa River 

E side Napa River.... 

Big Ranch Road 

E side Napa River...., 

Pope Valley 

Berryessa Valley 

Main bet 3d and 4th., 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 



27 m NW Napa City.. 
31 m NW Napa City.. 

24 m NW Napa City.. 

25 m NW Napa City.. 
27 in NW Napa City.. 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City...... 

24 m N Napa City 

18 m N Napa City...... 

18 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

5 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

38 m N Napa City 

Coombs Street 

Oak Street 

Laurel Street 



Farmer.... 
Mechanic , 
Gardener.. 
Farmer .... 
Laborer ... 
Carpenter 



Baker 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Sup't Ins Asy'm 
Variety Store.... 

Laundry 

Shoemaker 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Clerk 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Attorney 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Soscol House 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Horticulturist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Second Street. 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue 

Lincoln Avenue 

Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Carneros Creek 

Napa County 

E side Napa River 

Conn Creek 

Vine Cliff Vineyard... 

2 mSYountville 

Napa County 

Napa Valley 

1£ m E Soscol 

Soscol 

Soscol Orchards 

Soscol Orchards 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Berryessa Road 

Berryessa Road 

Mysterious Valley., 
Mysterious Valley., 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 



Main Street 

Brown Street 

Vallejo Street 

Calistoga Avenue 

Calistoga Avenue 

Calistoga Avenue 

Vallejo Street 

Second Street 

Joining City W 

Joining City W 

Franklin Street 

First and Randolph.... 

Randolph Street 

Randolph Street 

Main Street 

Spring Street 

Adams Street 

Main Street 



Sedar Street 

2J m W Napa City... 

3 m W Napa City 

3 m W Napa City.... 

6 m W Napa City.... 

10 m W Napa City.... 

11 mN Napa City.... 
11 in N Napa City.... 
11 m N Napa City.... 

8 m N Napa City 

5 m SE Napa City.... 

3 m SE Napa City 

5 mNE Napa City.... 

4 m SE Napa City.... 
4£ m SE Napa City... 
4£ m SE Napa City... 

7 m N Napa City 

7 m N Napa City 

7m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City .... 
15 m N Napa City 



23 m N Napa City 

23 m N Napa City 

3 m N Napa City 

6 m N Napa City 

38 m N Napa City 

38 m N Napa City 

27 m NW Napa City .. 
26 m NW Napa City .. 



Calistoga 
Calistoga 
Calistoga 
Calistoga 
Calistoga 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Phoenix. 
Monticello. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Soscol. 
Soscol. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 



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49 



Name. 



Temps Geo 

Tucker J W 

TOLAND J P 

Tither R T 

Took Philo 

UTTING H N 

UTTING A A B 

Urbandscheck D 

Van Bever & Thompson 

Van Bever Peter 

Van Bever & Thompson 

Van Baaren John 

Voigt CH 

Vole Patrick 

Van Tassell Theo 

Vanderslip & Gillam 

Vanderslip T M 

Veasey Wm , 

Van Nuys I N 

Vivian H D 

VAN PELT B D 

Vallejo E 

Vagus Louis 

VAUN MATHEW 

Villenuve H 

VAN ARSDALE J A. 

VANN THOS A 

Whalin J CS 

WATSON W C 

WEILBACHER M 

"WING B 

WOOD A O 

WRIGHT J G 

WRIGHT MR J G 

WulffN H 

Wines Chas 

Welsh Mrs May 

Wieland P 

Williams C 

Wickum Jas 

WALLACE W O 

WEST R J 

Whetson S 

Welsh Capt 

Williams Mrs H 

WINKLER B F 

West Capt 

Wiley Rev Richard 

Wilson J C 

WhiteN 

Walden Mrs I 

Watorson John , 

Walker A B 

Wetmore Juan M 

Whitcombe Mrs C W 

Wilson S B 

Weidle A 

Wallingford John 

Workins J 

Watkins A J 

Watkins O B 

Watkins CH 

Webster Wm 

Walton Mrs Sarah 

Whalin John 

Washington Mrs D 

Want Geo 

Warren I B 

Warren C M 

WUTH O G 

WALDEN P 

Wolf John 



Farmer... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Publisher . 



Occupation. 



Vintner 

Vintner 

Beehive Store- 
Barber , 

German House- 
Laborer 

Lumber Dealer. 

Painters 

Painter 

Barber 

Postmaster 

Pumpman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Cashier Bank... 

Baker 

Attorney 

Harness Store... 
Pump Manuf'r. 

Millinery 

Boating 

Boating 



Laborer 

Laborer 

District Judge- 
Constable 

Drayman 



Jeweler. 



Pres Minister. 

Capitalist 

Laborer 

Dressmaker ... 
Carpenter 



Agent 



Farmer 

Teacher 

Painter 

Blacksmith 
Carpenter... 

Painter 

Engineer.... 



Dressmaker 
Carpenter.... 



Blacksmith 
Carpenter... 

Painter 

Jeweler 

Tinner 

Cook 



Place or Business. 



Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Howel Mountain.... 
Main County Road. 
E side Napa River., 

Main Street. 

Main Street 



Main bet 3d and 4th. 
Main bet 3d and 4th. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 

First Street , 

First and Brown 



Main Street 

Main Street.... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Phcenix Mines. 
Napa Valley... 
Napa Valley... 
Napa Valley... 



Berryessa Valley. 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 



Third and Main 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 

117 Main Street 

Main Street 

1st bet Main & Brown 



Court House. 
Court House. 



Main bet 1st and 2d. 



Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 



Residence. 



26 m N W Napa City . 
25 m NW Napa City. 
24 m NW Napa City . 
6 m N W Napa City ... 
13 m NW Napa City. 



Pine Street 

Seminary Street 



Main Street.. 
Union Street. 



Spring Street- 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 



£ m N W Napa City .... 
1? m N Napa City 

2 m SE Napa City 

16 m NNapa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

35 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

Vallejo Street 

Second and Randolph 
Main Street 



Brown Street... 
Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 
Grant Avenue. 
Grant Avenue. 
Cross Street.... 
Cross Street.... 



Grant Avenue 

First and Seminary... 

First Street 

Fifth and Coombs 

Union Street 

Union Street 

Oak and Washington. 

First Street 

Third and Randolph .. 

Calistoga Avenue 

Clay Street 

Coombs Street 

First Street 

Main Street 

Stockton Street 

Seminary Street 

Oak Street 

Brown Street , 

Brown Street 

Vallejo Street 

A Street 

A Street 

Calistoga Avenue 

Main Street 

Brown Street 

Vallejo Street 

Napa Street 

Main Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St. Helena. 
Monticello. 
Phcenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St. Helena. 
Napa City. 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 



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Name. 



WETZEL J 

Williams H 

■WINTER SAML 

WoodE 

"Welch CB 

Welch E 

Wilson WP 

Welsch C 

Welch E 

White John , 

WESTER ANDREW 

WESSUM THOS 

WILSON JAMES 

WALLACE REV L 

Wilson J 

Wilson J H 

Wilson K J 

WALLACE H 

WALLACE H 

Witter D B 

WORKOVER THOS 

WHALBY H A & CO. ... 

WHALEY H A 

WALACE G P 

WALACE C H 

WALACE T H 

Wright J M 

WeberF 

Willoughby J G 

Wilweaver Chas 

Woodbridge Q 

WHITE JOHN .*... 

■WHITE H C 

WILLIAMS G W 

WALSH THOMAS 

WeddleHD 

Wood Mrs A M 

WARD JOHN T 

WARD J WALTER 

Wal bridge W D 

WHITE H C 

WHITE B F 

Whitton G 

Watkins J C 

WAITS A D 

Wyatt WH 

Whitton C 

Wheeler Chas 

WEAK W P 

White H 

WEINBERGER J C 

Williams RP 

Welsh Martin 

Wagale Conrad 

Wright Hugh 

Wooden John 

Wooden John Jr 

Weideman D... 

Wagoner N 

WATSON ROBT 

WINTERS W H 

■WILSON J C A 

WILSON A H 

Willett F A 

WARD J M 

WilsrupK 

WING STALHAM 

Wohlers John 

WOOD E R 

Willoughby Fred 

Whitton Mrs S 

"WHITE JOHN 



Occupation. 



Barber 

Drayman 

Wheelwright. 

Teacher 

Saloon 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Laborer 

Miner 

Engineer 

Farmer 

Vintner , 

Saloon 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Main Street. 



Farmer 

Laborer 

Coal Burner. 
Stock Kaiser. 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

EE& Ex 
Carpenter .. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ...... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ..... 

Laborer 

Laborer.. .. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Ag't 



Main Street 

Pike Street 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Phcenix Mines 

iEtna Mines , 

Berry essa Valley., 

Steel Canyon 

% m W Knoxville. 

Pope Valley , 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

ain Co Koad 

Main Co Koad 

Main Co Koad 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Rutherford 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 



Brewery Road. 



Berryessa Road 

Wooden Valley...... 

Wooden Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Huichica Creek 

Carneros Creek 

Carneros Creek 

Napa County 

Napa Valley 

Main County Road.. 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

E side Napa River.. 

Caymus Dairy 

ljmS Yountville.... 
1 m S Yountville.... 



Residence. 



Jefferson Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Pike Street 

Montgomery Street 
Kearny Street 



22 m N Napa City 

22 m N Napa City 

46 m N Napa City 

36 m NNapa City 

36 m NNapa City 

40 m N Napa City 

40 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m NNapa City 

33 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City.. 
25 m NW Napa City.. 

31 m NW Napa City.. 
39 m NW Napa City... 
38 m NWNapa City... 
37m NWNapa City... 
30 m NW Napa City... 

4 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

2£ m NE Napa City... 

5 mN Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

11 mN Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

17 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

5 m NE Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 

6 m SW Napa City 

2 m SW Napa City 

m W Napa City 

6 m W Napa City 

7 m W Napa City 

7m W Napa City 

| m W Napa City 

2 m NW Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

12 m NW Napa City... 
6 m NW Napa City.... 

14 m N Napa City 

11 m N Napa City 

m NW Napa City 



Town or 
Post Office 



8 m NW Napa City 



Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phcenix. 
Phcenix. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Phcenix. 
Zem Zem. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley, 
Pope Valley, 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena.- 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 



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51 



Name. 



WEDDEL U G 

"WEEKS D P 

WILSON J 

Walsh P 

•WATSON R D 

WATSON GEORGE 

WATSON JOHN 

WILSON JOHN 

WALKER SAMUEL 

WILSON S B 

Wagnon Perry G 

Wagnon John 

Wegland Henry 

Wilson Joseph , 

Willis J 

Westcott Chas 

Ward J W 

Wilkens E 

WTTTLINGER FRED'K. 

Wimer Wm , 

WHITEHOUSE M C 

Young Dr B S 

YORK JOHN 

Yelland A 

YORK JOHN 

YORK D 

YORK E M 

Young Capt 

Yarnell B : 

YountMrs Geo C 

ZTJLRICK & KIEFER... 

ZUBRICK L N 

Zollner John F , 



Occupation. 



Wheelwright.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Stock Kaiser 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Physician 

Butcher 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Horticulturist... 

Laborer 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Grocers 

Grocer 



Place oe Business. 



County Sheriff... Court House 



Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

£ m N Napa Junction 

Napa Valley 

I m E Napa Junction 

Solano County 

Soscol Valley 

Napa Valley 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Valley 

Chiles Canyon 

E side Napa River 

Big Ranch Road 

E side Napa River 

Pope Valley 

Main Street 



Knoxville 

Main County Road. 
Main County Road. 
Main County Road.. 

Berry essa Road 

Berryessa Valley.... 

Caymus Ranch .. 

First and Main '.. 

First and Main 



Residence. 



3 mE Napa City 

3£ m E Napa City 

8 m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

8£ m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

12 m SE Napa City 

10 m SENapa City 

li mNE Napa City.... 
26 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City... 
25 m NW Napa City... 

25 m NW Napa City.. 
22 m N Napa City 

26 m NNapa City 

18 m N Napa City 

8 m NW Napa City 

5 m NW Napa City 

7 m NW Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

Main Street 

Oak Avenue 

Montgomery Street 

19 m NW Napa City... 

19 m NW Napa City... 

20 m NW Napa City... 

16 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

11 m NW Napa City 

Napa Hotel 

Napa Hotel 

Third and School 



Town or 
Post Office 



Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa Junc'n 
Napa Junc'n 
Napa Junc'n 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley. 
Capel. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Knoxville. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 



Millinery and Dress 1%. 



MISS HEATON and MRS. BROWNRIDGB . res- 
pectfully announce to the ladies of Napa and vicinity 
that they have opened a Millinery and Dress Making 
Establishment in 

Hogan's Block, Three Doors above Napa Hotel. 

We are fitting up the Establishment in superior style, 
and will keep constantly 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT 



Latest and Most Fashionable Styles 

Choice Millinery Hoods, 

INCLUDING A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OP 

Laces, Ornaments, Ostricli Feathers, Flowers, 

AND THE LATEST PARIS STYLES OP 

mm® bmm Een» 

Call and Examine our Stock. 

Hogan's Block, Main Street, Napa City, Cal. 



?4BSS <& W0O9, 



PROPRIETORS OF THE 



Empire Saddlery and Harness Shop 



OF NAPA CITY. 



Of all kinds always on hand and 
Manufactured to Order. 



REPAIRING AND GENERAL JOB WORK 

Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch. 
Always on hand a large stock of 

Whips, Spurs, Robes, Blankets, 
Circingles, Currycombs & Brushes. 

CARRIAGE TRIMMING A SPECIALTY. 

All work guaranteed to contain nothing but 
The Best Materials. 

Call and examine our Stock at 

120 MAIN STREET. 



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Corner of Main and First Streets, Napa City, 

Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of 




Dried ^Canned Fruits i^^s^Mr®^ ® f ® u fe®>€©i 

J^OREIGN g pOMBSTIcl/®' 

Worcestershire Sauce, » >m.w *■ - - « 



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IMPORTED AND 



Domestic Clears 



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Also, a Pine Quality of all kinds of 



I^QlfOf^ ^X© WI]W 



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lle€tolaal &■€ Family Wmm$ 

As -well as everything which may be considered 
necessary to the Stock of a 



Particular attention and care is given to the VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT, 

all varieties being received each day during the season, thus 

ensuring their Perfect Freshness. 













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H.BAKER LIT*. 



A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OP 



LAKE COUNTY 



Incidents of Travel, Adventures, Etc. 



Lake County, so called from its numerous lakes, is bounded as follows : On the north by Mendocino 
and Colusa; on the south by Sonoma and Napa; on the east by Colusa and Yolo, and on the west by Mendo- 
cino and Sonoma. It covers an area of about 1,200 square miles, being 20 miles wide and 60 miles long, 
and lies between two ranges of mountains; on the west are the Mayacamas; on the east the Bear Moun- 
tains. The first white settlers were two cattle-raisers, Kelsey and Stone, who arrived there in 1847, and 
were killed by the Indians in 1849, near the spot now called Kelseyville. The cause of the trouble between 
the Indians and Kelsey and Stone is not known, as they were always on a friendly footing previous to the 
time of the murder. In 1851 some United States troops were sent to Clear Lake. They fought the Indians 
successfully and afterwards made a treaty with them which yet exists. There are still a number of Indians 
in the County though friendly toward the whites. Lake County was organized in 1861 up to that time 
it formed a portion of Napa County and in 1868 contained a population of about 4,000, including children. 
To-day the resident population numbers 7,180 — 3,791 males and 3,389 females. The assessed value of tax- 
ble property in 1873 amounted to $1,670,723. 

The important sources of wealth of the County are stock-raising, farming and mining. The principal 
minerals are quicksilver, sulphur and borax, of which more will be said hereafter. Viniculture and fruit 
growing are as yet unimportant, but are expected to become extensive when the means of communication 
with the large commercial centers will be more rapid and less expensive. There are some large dairies in 
the district which produce great quantities of butter and cheese. 

Mineral springs are very numerous and of different curative properties; we shall have occasion to 
allude to them separately. The principal towns of Lake County are Lakeport, Kelseyville, Lower Lake, 
Middletown and Upper Lake. Their full description will be given in these pages. The climate is in all 
respects similar to that of Napa County; the heat during summer is never oppressive, even at mid-day, and 
the mornings and evenings are always cool. Snow falls very seldom in the valleys, but the mountains are 
frequently white-capped, though not for any long period. We will now make a tour of Lake County as 
we did of Napa, and carry our reader to every point of interest: Leaving San Francisco by steamer to 
Vallejo at 7 a. m., we reach Calistoga at about noon. It is unnecessary to describe this portion of our 
journey, as we already did so when passing through Napa County on our first trip. At Calistoga we must 
remain over night if we wish to take the daily stage which leaves at 7 a. m., but prefering a private con- 
veyance, as it affords us the privilege of stopping when we please, a buggy and a pair of good horses will be 
engaged. We will, first of all, take dinner, then provide ourselves with the usual little delicacies, and 
start at half past 1p.m. 

The first portion of the road lies in a north-easterly direction toward Mount St. Helena, which we cross, 
keeping the road, however, and not going off to the side, as we did on a previous occasion. After a drive of 
about two hours we reach the shoulder of the mountain, and now begins our descent into the valley below — 
to us as yet unknown. On our previous excursion, the reader will recollect, we only ascended Mount St. 
Helena, but did not continue into Lake County ; this time we shall make a round trip, returning by this 
road to Calistoga. 

The scenery here is very picturesque, the road good, the air very pure, and we can keep up a rapid gait 
without fatiguing our horses, as the heat is not oppressive. The first settlement we come to is the camp of the 
" Great Western Quicksilver Mining Company," having a population of about 320, including 300 China- 



54 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 

men. We stopped here to water our horses and inspect the mine, a more complete description of which will 
be given on our return. The road from here continues in a northerly direction, and we reach Middletown 
at 5 p. m.; distance 15 miles from Calistoga and 35 miles from Lakeport, the county seat of Lake County. 
Middletown is a thriving town, principally supported by the mining camps in the vicinity. The population 
numbers 207, 128 males and 79 females. It is pleasantly situated in Loconoma Valley, of which more will 
be said. The business portion of the town consists of three stores, three blacksmith shops, several saloons 
and one hotel. The latter is principally patronized by the travelers to and from the Springs. The absence of 
lawyers and doctors speaks volumes for the good health and equanimity of temper of the inhabitants of this 
locality. 

Loconoma Valley covers an area of about 10,000 acres of timber and farming land. The principal 
products are wheat and hay. The wooded portion of the valley covers about 3,000 acres, and furnishes 
oak, pine and laurel. There is also considerable sheep-raising in this locality, and, we are informed, with 
lucrative results. 

"We now continue on the road in a north-westerly direction and reach Harbin Springs at 9 p. m.; dis- 
tance 4 miles from Middletown, 16 miles from Calistoga, and 32 miles from Lakeport. 

Being a little fatigued, we will here pass the night and describe this beautiful locality at our leisure in 
the morning. Harbin Springs- were known to the Indians long before the settlement of the country by the 
Americans, and were taken possession of by Messrs. Eichie and Harbin in 1852. Since then the property 
has changed hands several times and is now owned by Kichard "Williams, who made all the improvements 
on the premises. 

To give our readers an idea of how cheap valuable property is sometimes disposed of when its real 
worth is unknown, we will state that in 1866 this property was sold for $3,000; an offer of $ 100,000 to-day 
would be rejected. 

The water of these springs holds in solution, sulphur, iron, magnesia, and arsenic ; has a temperature 
of from 120 degs. to 150 degs. Fahrenheit, and is highly recommended for the cure of rheumatism and dis- 
eases of the liver and kidneys. 

The water is similar to that of the famous spring in the south of France called La Malou, where some 
of the most remarkable cures have been effected, especially in cases of disease of the spine. 
;, The hotel is large and there are thirteen modern cottages surrounding it for the use of families who may 
prefer them ; in all about 175 persons can be accomodated. 

The grounds are well laid out in wide walks and flower beds with a sufficient number of shade trees 
judiciously distributed. For the persons who come with their conveyances and desire to camp in their own 
tents, a fine plat of ground has been provided and is kept for this purpose. The bathing facilities are very 
complete and convenient, there being also a very spacious plunge bath. The establishment is kept in per- 
fect order. 

The rooms of the hotel and cottages are spacious and well furnished, the dining room is very large and 
well ventilated, and the wine room, which contains a billiard table, is all that can be desired and fully sus- 
tains the other appointments of the premises. 

The principal newspapers are received, and the mail from Calistoga arrives daily. This is a great con- 
venience for tourists. Everything is done to make visitors feel at home"; the fare is excellent, the servants 
are polite and accommodating, and the visitor immediately feels that he has found a first-class watering 
place, under the management of a gentleman who thoroughly understands the wants of the traveling public. 
Attached to the establishment is a very complete stable, where horses receive excellent care ; the hostlers are 
competent and polite. Harbin Springs are situated in a nook, 1,700 feet above the sea level, almost entirely 
surrounded by mountains, some of which are 1,000 feet high. The view from the hotel is not of a very wide 
range, but from the top of one of the neighboring hills it is grand and picturesque. There are about 150 
visitors here at present, some in search of pleasure, others for sanitary reasons ; all seem to en joy themselves. 
"We will now leave Harbin, the Saratoga of the Pacific, and return to Middletown, whence we will make an 
excursion in another direction. We spent the day in the midst of very agreeable society, and are highly 
pleased with our visit. A very brilliant future awaits Lake County in general, and Harbin Springs in par- 
ticular. When once the beautiful climate and sublime scenery, and the excellence of the waters become 
known in the Eastern States and Europe, tourists will flock hither in large numbers. 

We leave Middletown at 5 a. m., taking the road in a northwesterly direction, and reach Cobb Valley 
at 7 A. M., distance 12 miles. Cobb Valley lies at an elevation of 2,500 feet above the level of the sea, and 
is one of the most prominent pleasure resorts of the Pacific Slope. 

For those seeking pleasure or desiring to withdraw for a time from the noise of the city and the care 
of business, no place offers greater advantages. It is easy of access by good roads of light grade, and the 
scenery, ever changing in its nature, makes the trip interesting. The hotel and the cottages near it are 
owned by Messrs. Broadwell and Basset. The accommodations for visitors are perfect in every respect, 
everything being arranged with a view to comfort. The site upon which the establishment stands was 



NAPA. LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 55 

chosen with judgment and taste. On the north, a rugged mountain range frowns down upon the buildings, 
while on the south, Mount Cobb towers to the height of from 4,000 to 5,000 feet. Close to the hotel, through a 
rocky gorge, rushes a beautiful stream, furnishing an abundance of clear, cool, sparkling water, which is 
distributed through pipes to all the buildings, for bathing purposes, and in the grounds supplying constantly- 
playing fountains. To the followers of Isaac Walton, this stream offers rare inducements, trout of good 
size and excellent flavor being quite plenty. Hunters, also, can find an abundance of all kinds of game 
within easy distance from the hotel. The stables attached to the house are commodious and convenient, 
well managed and under the supervision of able men, who not only understand their duties toward the horse, 
but have sufficient time to spare to be polite to visitors. In this connection we would state that the propri- 
etors of the hotel also own a six-horse stage coach which makes tri-weekly trip? to Calistoga. After having 
partaken of an excellent repast we will take our departure to continue our journey toward Kelseyville. 
Leaving Cobb Valley at 3 p. m., we follow a northerly direction over a splendid road, and reach Kelsey- 
ville at 5 A. M. — distance about 13 miles. Kelseyville is the oldest town of Lake County and is 
the second in importance. It has a population of 226 — 122 males and 104 females. There is a 
graded public school, two churches — Methodist and Catholic — and lodges of different benevolent associations. 
The business portion of the locality is represented by two general stores, one drug store, one blacksmith, 
one wagon-maker and a general repairing shop and planing mill. The medical profession has one rep- 
resesentative. The hotel, called the " Uncle Sam," is a very good house and offers excellent accommoda- 
tions. The town is chiefly supported by the farmers living in Big Valley, of which Kelseyville is the 
center. 

After supper onr landlord proposed a walk ; the evening being very pleasant we readily accepted. On 
leaving the hotel, we noticed that our host provided himself with matches. "We thought that he was 
about to exhibit some curiosity hidden in the recesses of the spacious barn, so we made no inquiry. This 
was not the case, however, for on proceeding only a few rods from the hotel, in an open field, we approached 
something protruding from the ground, which, upon examination, proved to be a piece of iron pip \ It being 
dark we could not see the exact nature of the soil, but it appeared to be very elastic to the step, similar to walk- 
ing upon a spring mattress. Our landlord now began to tell us about " Moses and the burning bush," of 
which we had some faint recollection ourselves, but could not understand the relation between the bush of 
the Bible and the pipe of Kelseyville. Presently our guide struck a match and applied it to the mouth of 
the pipe. The gas issuing therefrom ignited, and here we were, in the middle of a barren field, looking at each 
other by gaslight. At first we were inclined to run, for we thought that something supernatural was about 
to occur, or that the interior fires of the earth would burst upon us, but on second thought we decided to in- 
vestigate this strange phenomenon. "We were informed that the earth in this neighborhood is impregnated 
with sulphureted-hydrogen gas, and that by making a small hole almost anywhere and applying a match 
thereto, the gas is immediately lighted, and will burn with a blue flame, though for a few moments only. 

"We now retraced our steps to the hotel and retired. At 5 a. m. we are again ready to continue our 
trip in another direction. "We follow the road leading in a westerly course toward Caldwell Springs, 
distance five miles, and reach that place at 6 J a. m. The pure mountain air gave us a good appetite and 
we relished our breakfast. 

Caldwell Springs, now known as Highland Springs, are situated among the foothills on the extreme 
edge of Big Valley. The waters of these springs is charged with different minerals to an extraordinary 
degree. They contain sulphur, magnesia and iron. The location is very picturesque ; on the one 
side the road leads out of the valley by easy slopes, while on the other there are mountains, some of which 
are 3,000 feet above the sea level. Among the surrounding hills prospectors have lately been searching for 
cinnibar deposits. Some indications have been found, which, it is said, promise very lucrative results ; up 
to the present, however, no mine has been developed. 

The surroundings here, as in the localities already described, are very romantic, offering abundant 
amusement for the angler and hunter, as well as attractions for the artist. In a few years hence, when the 
iron horse will have entered this locality, this country will be thickly populated and visited by multitudes 
of people in search of amusement and recreation. 

"We now proceed in a northerly direction over an easy road and reach Lakeport, the County seat of 
Lake County, in the afternoon — distance seven miles from Highland Springs. Lakeport is situated in the 
north-eastern part of Big Valley, on the western shore of Clear Lake, one of the most beautiful sheets of 
water in the world, of which more will be said. Lakeport is about 10 miles distant from the northern 
limits of the County, 100 miles north of San Francisco, 30 miles from Ukiah, in Mendocino County, 30 
miles from Cloverdale, in Sonoma County, and 48 miles from Calistoga. It has a population of 350 — 187 males 
and 163 females. The town is well built, contains a number of business houses, such as general merchan- 
dise stores, one bank, one hotel, one restaurant, two blacksmith-shops, a gun-shop, barber-shop, tin-shop, 
etc. etc., in fact, all branches of business and trade are creditably represented. There are churches, schools, 
and a number of benevolent societies. Among the private residences we noticed two very beautiful ones 



56 Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 

facing Main Street. The town has at present but one hotel. There is a new one in course of construction 
which will be more adapted to the wants of increasing travel. "We are told that it will be opened during 
the present Summer. 

Big Valley is the largest valley of Lake County, and covers an area of about thirty-five square miles. 
The soil is composed of rich bottom land and produces all kinds of cereals and hay. Timber exists in dif- 
ferent portions of the Valley, it is pretty thickly settled and its inhabitants appear to be prosperous. There 
are several schools for the benefit of the population living at a distance from Kelseyville and Lakeport. 

Clear Lake, so called from the extraordinary clearness of its waters, lies at an elevation of 1,500 feet 
above the level of the Pacific. It is about 25 miles long, and is one of the most beautiful and romantic 
lakes we have ever beheld. From the northern shore, for a distance of nearly 17 miles, its average width 
is about eight miles. At this point Uncle Sam Mountain (2,500 feet high) projects into and rises almost 
perpendicularly from the lake, reducing its width to about two miles ; below this it again expands into an 
irregular shape. The first portion described is called " Upper Lake," the narrow portion, " The Narrows," 
and the last-described " Lower Lake." The water varies in depth from 20 to 115 feet, is as clear as crys- 
tal and of remarkable purity. The lake is entirely surrounded by mountains, except at its outlet, " Cache 
Creek," a wide stream, which flows in an easterly direction and empties into the Sacramento Eiver. In 
the narrows, above alluded to, are several islands, which are, at some seasons of the year, inhabited 
by Indians, who live from hunting and fishing. They are friendly to the whites, very good natured, and 
love their wives more than the majority of " pale faces " do, as the following narrative, the truth of which 
is vouched for by reliable residents, will prove : Early this Spring, a-party of Indians, consisting of seven 
persons, six men and one woman, were out in a lightcanoe. A squall suddenly came up and upset the frail 
bark, precipiting the whole company into the lake. The men, being expert swimmers, promptly righted 
the canoe and placed the woman in it, they holding on to the sides to keep it steady. They knew that if 
they all returned into the boat the life of the woman would be again in danger, so they decided to remain 
in the water and be rescued by a boat or swim to the shore. The lake was very rough, the water ex- 
ceedingly cold. No help came from the shore, and they were left to their fate. One after another became 
chilled, and one after another relinquished his hold upon the boat and passed to the " Happy Hunting 
Grounds," but not one of them attempted to save himself at the peril of his female companion. The 
canoe, with its only occupant, the woman, was driven ashore by the wind, and she alone was left to relate 
the sad tale. If this is not heroism, in the true sense of the word, where can it be found ? 

Clear Lake abounds with pike, trout and black fish, and offers excellent sport for the angler. In the 
spawning season the little creeks running into the lake are crowded with fish to such an extent that they can 
be shoveled out or caught by the hand, while thousands swimming near the banks are pushed ashore by the 
immense numbers occupying the middle of the stream. This phenomenon must be seen to be believed, 
but we assure our readers that we saw one creek so full of fish that it looked as if it had been packed, and 
the banks were lined with hundreds which had been crowded out of the water. We picked up quite a 
number, which were still alive, and returned them to the water. This was lost work, however, for every 
twenty fishes that we removed, were immediately replaced by at least double the number pressed out of the 
stream. There is a small steamer plying on the Lake, making trips from Lakeport to Lower Lake and 
return. We, having our team, prefer to make a circle of the lake and obtain views from the different sides. 
Before leaving, however, we will go on a fishing excursion. 

Early in the morning we proceeded to the wharf at Lakeport and hired a row-boat containing spears, 
fish-rods, lines and bait. We were soon a mile off shore, and concluded to partake of a light breakfast 
with which we were provided. Our little skiff floated quietly upon the placid bosom of the lake. The 
sun had just risen and the reflection of his rays in the water was not disturbed by a single ripple. The 
scenery on all sides was beautiful, the surrounding mountains towering high above the level of the lake, 
guarding it, as it were, from the view of the outside world. To the north we see Mount Eipley, to the 
east the Bear Mountains, and toward the narrows " Uncle Sam " stands like a sentinel. After admiring 
the beauties of nature for some time and appeasing our appetite, we cast our lines into the lake and soon 
began to take fish in large numbers. Pike, trout, suckers and blackfish were caught in rapid succession, 
and in about four hours the bottom of the boat was covered with numerous representatives of the finny tribe. 

We now thought of returning to port, and while hauling around we saw, about a mile from us, a boat 
containing two men moving in our direction. We at first paid no special attention to the boat, thinking 
that it contained a couple of tourists, out on a fishing excursion like ourselves. This was the case, but in- 
stead of fishing, these gentlemen appeared to be drinking to each other's health, for they were both standing 
in the boat, and, what we had not discerned before, a man, seated in the middle, was rowing. As they 
came nearer to us we could plainly see their figures. The one was tall, well built, of light complexion, 
with light hair, an excuse for a moustache and an " imperial." He was very fleshy, and, in our opinion, 
must weigh 250 pounds. The other, of nearly the same build, was of dark complexion, but heavier than the 
former, by at least 30 pounds. Neither appeared to be above thirty, and both were what is commonly 



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Name. 



Temps Geo 

Tucker J W 

TOLAND J P 

Tither R T 

Took Philo 

UTTING H N. 

UTTING A A R 

Urbandscheck D , 

Van Be ver & Thompson , 

Van Bever Peter , 

Van Bever & Thompson 

Van Baaren John 

Voigt CH 

Vole Patrick , 

Van Tassell Theo 

Vanderslip & Gillam 

Vanderslip T M 

Veasey Wm 

Van Nuys I N 

Vivian H D 

VAN PELT B D 

Vallejo E 

Vagus Louis , 

VAUN MATHEW 

Villenuve H 

VAN ARSDALE J A. 

VANN THOS A 

Whalin J CS 

"WATSON W O 

WEILBACHER M 

WING B 

"WOOD A O 

WRIGHT J G 

WRIGHT MR J G 

Wulff N H 

Wines Chas 

Welsh Mrs May 

Wieland P 

Williams C 

Wickum Jas 

WALLACE W O 

"WEST R J 

Whetson S 

Welsh Capt 

Williams Mrs H 

"WINKLER B P 

West Capt , 

Wiley Rev Richard 

Wilson J C 

WhiteN 

Walden Mrs I , 

Watorson John 

Walker A B 

Wetmore Juan M 

Whitcombe Mrs C W 

Wilson S B 

Weidle A 

Wallingford John 

Workins J , 

Watkins A J 

Watkins O B 

Watkins CH 

Webster Wm 

Walton Mrs Sarah 

Whalin John 

Washington Mrs D 

Want Geo 

Warren I B 

Warren CM 

WUTH O G 

WALDEN P 

Wolf John 



Occupation. 



Parmer... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Publisher , 



Vintner 

Vintner 

Beehive Store 

Barber 

German House.., 

Laborer , 

Lumber Dealer.. 

Painters , 

Painter 

Barber 

Postmaster 

Pumpman 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Cashier Bank.... 

Baker 

Attorney 

Harness Store.... 
Pump Manuf r.. 

Millinery 

Boating 

Boating 



Laborer 

Laborer 

District Judge. 

Constable 

Drayman 



Jeweler. 



Pres Minister. 

Capitalist 

Laborer 

Dressmaker .., 
Carpenter 



Agent 



Farmer 

Teacher 

Painter 

Blacksmith 
Carpenter- 
Painter 

Engineer.... 



Dressmaker 
Carpenter.... 



Blacksmith 
Carpenter... 

Painter 

Jeweler 

Tinner 

Cook 



Place or Business. 



Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Howel Mountain.... 
Main County Road. 
E side Napa River.. 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Main bet 3d and 4th. 
Main bet 3d and 4th. 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 

First Street 

First and Brown 



Main Street 

Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 
Phoenix Mines. 
Napa Valley... 
Napa Valley... 
Napa Valley... 



Berryessa Valley. 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 



Third and Main 

Main bet 1st and 2d... 
Main bet 1st and 2d... 

117 Main Street 

Main Street 

1st bet Main & Brown 



Court House. 
Court House. 



Main bet 1st and 2d... 



Main Street 

Lincoln Avenue. 
Lincoln Avenue. 



Residence. 



26 m N W Napa City , 
25 m NW Napa City. 
24 m NW Napa City. 
6 m N W Napa City ... 
13 m NW Napa City. 



Pine Street 

Seminary Street 



Main Street.. 
Union Street. 



Spring Street- 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 



i m N W Napa City .... 
1? m N Napa City 

2 m SE Napa City 

16 m NNapa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

35 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

Vallejo Street 

Second and Randolph 
Main Street 



Brown Street.. 
Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 
Grant Avenue. 
Grant Avenue. 
Cross Street.... 
Cross Street.... 



Grant Avenue 

First and Seminary... 

First Street 

Fifth and Coombs 

Union Street 

Union Street 

Oak and Washington. 

First Street 

Third and Randolph .. 

Calistoga Avenue 

Clay Street 

Coombs Street 

First Street 

Main Street 

Stockton Street 

Seminary Street 

Oak Street , 

Brown Street 

Brown Street 

Vallejo Street 

A Street 

A Street 

Calistoga Avenue 

Main Street 

Brown Street 

Vallejo Street 

Napa Street 

Main Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Calistoga. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St. Helena. 
Monticello. 
Phoenix. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St. Helena. 
Napa City. 
Pope Valley. 
Pope Valley 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 



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Name. 



Occupation. 



WETZEL J 

Williams H 

WINTER SAML 

WoodE 

Welch CB 

Welch E 

Wilson WP 

Welsch C 

Welch E 

White John 

WESTER ANDREW... 

WESSUM THOS 

WILSON JAMES 

WALLACE REV L 

Wilson J 

Wilson J H 

Wilson KJ 

WALLACE H 

"WALLACE H 

Witter D B 

WORKOVER THOS.... 
WHALEY H A & CO. 

WHALBY H A 

WALACE G P 

WALAOE C H 

WALACE T H 

Wright J M 

Weber F 

Willoughby J G 

Wilweaver Chas 

Woodbridge Q 

WHITE JOHN 

WHITE H C 

WILLIAMS G W 

WALSH THOMAS 

WeddleHD 

Wood Mrs A M 

WARD JOHN T 

WARD J WALTER.... 

Walbridge WD 

WHITE H C 

WHITE B P 

Whitton G 

Watkins J C 

WAITE A D.... 

Wyatt WH 

Whitton C 

Wheeler Chas 

WEAK W P 

White H 

WEINBERGER J C 

Williams EP 

Welsh Martin 

Wagale Conrad 

Wright Hugh 

Wooden John 

Wooden John Jr 

Weideman D 

Wagoner N 

WATSON ROBT 

WINTERS W H 

WILSON J C A 

WILSON A H 

Willett F A .... 

"WARD J M 

Wilsrup K 

WING STALHAM 

Wohlers John 

WOOD E R 

Willoughby Fred 

Whitton Mrs S 

WHITE JOHN 



Barber 

Drayman 

Wheelwright. 

Teacher 

Saloon 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Laborer , 

Miner 

Engineer , 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Merchants 

Merchant , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Laborer 

Coal Burner. 
Stock Eaiser. 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

RE&Ex 1 
Carpenter .... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer . 

Farmer ....... 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place or Business. 



Lincoln Avenue. 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

Pike Street 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Phoenix Mines 

JEtna Mines 

Berryessa Valley. 

Steel Canyon 

£ m W Knoxville. 

Pope Valley 

Ericuera Creek.... 

Ericuera Creek 

Ericuera Creek...., 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley , 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Pope Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Main Co Road...*.. 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Rutherford 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 

Main Co Road 



Brewery Road. 



Berryessa Road 

Wooden Valley 

Wooden Valley 

Napa Valley 

Napa Valley 

Brown's Valley 

Huichica Creek 

Carneros Creek 

Carneros Creek 

Napa County 

Napa Valley 

Main County Road.. 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

E side Napa River.. 

Caymus Dairy 

1^ m S Yountville.... 
1 m S Yountville.... 



Residence. 



Jefferson Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Pike Street 

Montgomery Street 
Kearny Street 



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22 m N Napa City 

46 m NNapa City 

36m NNapa City 

36 m N Napa City 

40 m N Napa City 

40 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

20 m N Napa City 

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30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

30 m N Napa City 

33 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City.. 
25 m NW Napa City.. 

31 in NW Napa City.. 
39 m NW Napa City... 
38 m NW Napa City... 

37 m NWNapa City... 
30 m NW Napa City... 

4 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

3 m NE Napa City 

2 J m NE Napa City... 

5 mN Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

9 m N Napa City 

10 m N Napa City 

11 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

16 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

15 m N Napa City 

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19 m N Napa City 

19 m N Napa City 

21 m N Napa City...... 

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5 m NE Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 

9 m NE Napa City 

6 m SW Napa City 

2 m SWNapa City 

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7 m W Napa City 

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2 m NW Napa City 

12 m N Napa City 

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Town or 
Post Office 



Calistoga. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Monticello. 
Monticello. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Zem Zem. 
Knoxville. 
Knoxville. 
Phoenix. 
Phoenix. 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Pope Valley 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Calistoga. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
Oakville. 
Rutherford. 
Rutherford. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Oakville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
Yountville. 
Yountville. 
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Name. 


Occupation. 


Place op Business. 


Residence. 


Town or 
Post Oppice 


WEDDEL U G 

WEEKS D P 


Wheelwright 

Farmer 


Napa Valley 


3 mE Napa City 

3£ m E Napa City 

8 m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

8£ m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

9 m SE Napa City 

12 m SE Napa City 

10 m SE Napa City 

l£ mNE Napa City.... 
26 m NW Napa City.. 
28 m NW Napa City... 
25-ra NW Napa City... 

25 m NW Napa City.. 
22 m N Napa City 

26 m N Napa City 

18 m N Napa City 

8 m NW Napa City 

5 m NW Napa City 

7 m NW Napa City 

36 m N Napa City 

Main Street 


Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa Junc'n 
Napa Junc'n 
Napa Junc'n 
Vallejo. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Pope Valley. 
Capel. 
St Helena. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Knoxville. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
St Helena. 
Capel. 
Monticello. 
Yountville. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 
Napa City. 


Napa Valley 


"WTT .SON .T 




Napa Valley 


Walsh P 


Farmer 


Napa Valley 


WATSON R D 


Farmer 


$ m N Napa Junction 
Napa Valley 


WATSON GEORGE 

WATSON JOHN 

"WILSON JOHN 






| m E Napa Junction 
Solano County 


Farmer 

Farmer 


WALKER SAMUEL 

WILSON S B 


Soscol Valley 

Napa Valley 


Farmer 


Wagnon Perry G 


Laborer 

Stock Raiser 


Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Howel Mountain 

Chiles Valley 








Willis J 


Farmer 


We«tcott Chas 


Farmer 


Chiles Valley 


Ward J W 


Farmer 


Chiles Canyon 


Wilkens E 


E side Napa River 

Big Ranch Road 

E side Napa River 

Pope Valley 




Farmer 




Farmer 


WHITEHOUSE M O 

Young Dr BS 

YORK JOHN 




Physician 


Main Street 


Butcher 




Oak Avenue 


Yelland A 


Carpenter 


Knoxville 

Main County Road... 
Main County Road... 
Main County Road.... 

Berryessa Road 

Berryessa Valley 

Caymus Ranch 


Montgomery Street 

19 m NW Napa City... 

19 m NW Napa City... 

20 m NW Napa City... 

16 m N Napa City 

32 m N Napa City 

11 m NW Napa City 


YORK JOHN 


Farmer 


YORK D 


Farmer 


YORK E M 


Horticulturist.... 




Yarnell B 






Farmer 


ZULRICK & KIEPER.... 


First and Main 


ZUBRICK L N 




First and Main 




Zollner John E 


County Sheriff... 




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A GENEBAL DESCRIPTION OP 



LAKE COUNTY 



Incidents of Travel, Adventures, Etc. 



Lake County, so called from its numerous lakes, is bounded as follows : On the north by Mendocino 
and Colusa; on the south by Sonoma and Napa; on the east by Colusa and Yolo, and on the west by Mendo- 
cino and Sonoma. It covers an area of about 1,200 square miles, being 20 miles wide and 60 miles long, 
and lies between two ranges of mountains; on the west are the Mayacamas; on the east the Bear Moun- 
tains. The first white settlers were two cattle-raisers, Kelsey and Stone, who arrived there in 1847, and 
were killed by the Indians in 1849, near the spot now called Kelseyville. The cause of the trouble between 
the Indians and Kelsey and Stone is not known, as they were always on a friendly footing previous to the 
time of the murder. In 1851 some United States troops were sent to Clear Lake. They fought the Indians 
successfully and afterwards made a treaty with them which yet exists. There are still a number of Indians 
in the County though friendly toward the whites. Lake County was organized in 1861 up to that time 
it formed a portion of Napa County and in 1868 contained a population of about 4,000, including children. 
To-day the resident population numbers 7,180 — 3,791 males and 3,389 females. The assessed value of tax- 
ble property in 1873 amounted to $1, 670, 723. 

The important sources of wealth of the County are stock-raising, farming and mining. The principal 
minerals are quicksilver, sulphur and borax, of which more will be said hereafter. Viniculture and fruit 
growing are as yet unimportant, but are expected to become extensive when the means of communication 
with the large commercial centers will be more rapid and less expensive. There are some large dairies in 
the district which produce great quantities of butter and cheese. 

Mineral springs are very numerous and of different curative properties; we shall have occasion to 
allude to them separately. The principal towns of Lake County are Lakeport, Kelseyville, Lower Lake, 
Middletown and Upper Lake. Their full description will be given in these pages. The climate is in all 
respects similar to that of Napa County; the heat during summer is never oppressive, even at mid-day, and 
the mornings and evenings are always cool. Snow falls very seldom in the valleys, but the mountains are 
frequently white-capped, though not for any long period. We will now make a tour of Lake County as 
we did of Napa, and carry our reader to every point of interest: Leaving San Francisco by steamer to 
Vallejo at 7 a. m., we reach Calistoga at about noon. It is unnecessary to describe this portion of our 
journey, as we already did so when passing through Napa County on our first trip. At Calistoga we must 
remain over night if we wish to take the daily stage which leaves at 7 a. m., but prefering a private con- 
veyance, as it affords us the privilege of stopping when we please, a buggy and a pair of good horses will be 
engaged. "We will, first of all, take dinner, then provide ourselves with the usual little delicacies, and 
start at half past 1 P. m. 

The first portion of the road lies in a north-easterly direction toward Mount St. Helena, which we cross, 
keeping the road, however, and not going off to the side, as we did on a previous occasion. After a drive of 
about two hours we reach the shoulder of the mountain , and now begins our descent into the valley below — 
to us as yet unknown. On our previous excursion, the reader will recollect, we only ascended Mount St. 
Helena, but did not continue into Lake County ; this time we shall make a round trip, returning by this 
road to Calistoga. 

The scenery here is very picturesque, the road good, the air very pure, and we can keep up a rapid gait 
without fatiguing our horses, as the heat is not oppressive. The first settlement we come to is the camp of the 
" Great Western Quicksilver Mining Company," having a population of about 320, including 300 China- 



54 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 

men. "We stopped here to water our horses and inspect the mine, a more complete description of which will 
be given on our return. The road from here continues in a northerly direction, and we reach Middletown 
at 5 p.m.; distance 15 miles from Calistoga and 35 miles from Lakeport, the county seat of Lake County. 
Middletown is a thriving town, principally supported by the mining camps in the vicinity. The population 
numbers 207, 128 males and 79 females. It is pleasantly situated in Loconoma Valley, of which more will 
be said. The business portion of the town consists of three stores, three blacksmith shops, several salpons 
and one hotel. The latter is principally patronized by the travelers to and from the Springs. The absence of 
lawyers and doctors speaks volumes for the good health and equanimity of temper of the inhabitants of this 
locality. 

Loconoma Valley covers an area of about 10,000 acres of timber and farming land. The principal 
products are wheat and hay. The wooded portion of the valley covers about 3,000 acres, and furnishes 
oak, pine and laurel. There is also considerable sheep-raising in this locality, and, we are informed, with 
lucrative results. 

"We now continue on the road in a north-westerly direction and reach Harbin Springs at 9 p. m. ; dis- 
tance 4 miles from Middletown, 16 miles from Calistoga, and 32 miles from Lakeport. 

Being a little fatigued, we will here pass the night and describe this beautiful locality at our leisure in 
the morning. Harbin Springs- were known to the Indians long before the settlement of the country by the 
Americans, and were taken possession of by Messrs. Richie and Harbin in 1852. Since then the property 
has changed hands several times and is now owned by Richard Williams, who made all the improvements 
on the premises. 

To give our readers an idea of how cheap valuable property is sometimes disposed of when its real 
worth is unknown, we will state that in 1866 this property was sold for $3,000; an offer of $100,000 to-day 
would be rejected. 

The water of these springs holds in solution, sulphur, iron, magnesia, and arsenic ; has a temperature 
of from 120 degs. to 150 degs. Fahrenheit, and is highly recommended for the cure of rheumatism and dis- 
eases of the liver and kidneys. 

The water is similar to that of the famous spring in the south of France called La Malou, where some 
of the most remarkable cures have been effected, especially in cases of disease of the spine. 

The hotel is large and there are thirteen modern cottages surrounding it for the use of families who may 
prefer them ; in all about 175 persons can be accomodated. 

The grounds are well laid out in wide walks and flower beds with a sufficient number of shade trees 
judiciously distributed. For the persons who come with their conveyances and desire to camp in their own 
tents, a fine plat of ground has been provided and is kept for this purpose. The bathing facilities are very 
complete and convenient, there being also a very spacious plunge bath. The establishment is kept in per- 
fect order. 

The rooms of the hotel and cottages are spacious and well furnished, the dining room is very large and 
well ventilated, and the wine room, which contains a billiard table, is all that can be desired and fully sus- 
tains the other appointments of the premises. 

The principal newspapers are received, and the mail from Calistoga arrives daily. This is a great con- 
venience for tourists. Everything is done to make visitors feel at home'; the fare is excellent, the servants 
are polite and accommodating, and the visitor immediately .feels that he has found a first-class watering 
place, under the management of a gentleman who thoroughly understands the wants of the traveling public. 
Attached to the establishment is a very complete stable, where horses receive excellent care ; the hostlers are 
competent and polite. Harbin Springs are situated in a nook, 1,700 feet above the sea level, almost entirely 
surrounded by mountains, some of which are 1,000 feet high. The view from the hotel is not of a very wide 
range, but from the top of one of the neighboring hills it is grand and picturesque. There are about 150 
visitors here at present, some in search of pleasure, others for sanitary reasons ; all seem to enjoy themselves. 
"We will now leave Harbin, the Saratoga of the Pacific, and return to Middletown, whence we will make an 
excursion in another direction. "We spent the day in the midst of very agreeable society, and are highly 
pleased with our visit. A very brilliant future awaits Lake County in general, and Harbin Springs in par- 
ticular. "When once the beautiful climate and sublime scenery, and the excellence of the waters become 
known in the Eastern States and Europe, tourists will flock hither in large numbers. 

"We leave Middletown at 5 a. m., taking the road in a northwesterly direction, and reach Cobb Valley 
at 7 A. M., distance 12 miles. Cobb Valley lies at an elevation of 2,500 feet above the level of the sea, and 
is one of the most prominent pleasure resorts of the Pacific Slope. 

For those seeking pleasure or desiring to withdraw for a time from the noise of the city and the care 
of business, no place offers greater advantages. It is easy of access by good roads of light grade, and the 
scenery, ever changing in its nature, makes the trip interesting. The hotel and the cottages near it are 
owned by Messrs. Broadwell and Basset. The accommodations for visitors are perfect in every respect, 
everything being arranged with a view to comfort. The site upon which the establishment stands was 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 55 

chosen with judgment and taste. On the north, a rugged mountain range frowns down upon the buildings, 
while on the south, Mount Cobb towers to the height of from 4,000 to 5,000 feet. Close to the hotel, through a 
rocky gorge, rushes a beautiful stream, furnishing an abundance of clear, cool, sparkling water, which is 
distributed through pipes to all the buildings, for bathing purposes, and in the grounds supplying constantly 
playing fountains. To the followers of Isaac "Walton, this stream offers rare inducements, trout of good 
size and excellent flavor being quite plenty. Hunters, also, can find an abundance of all kinds of game 
within easy distance from the hotel. The stables attached to the house are commodious and convenient, 
well managed and under the supervision of able men, who not only understand their duties toward the horse, 
but have sufficient time to spare to be polite to visitors. In this connection we would state that the propri- 
etors of the hotel also own a six-horse stage coach which makes tri-weekly trips to Calistoga. After having 
partaken of an excellent repast we will take our departure to continue our journey toward Kelseyville. 
Leaving Cobb Valley at 3 p. m., we follow a northerly direction over a splendid road, and reach Kelsey- 
ville at 5 a. m. — distance about 13 miles. Kelseyville is the oldest town of Lake County and is 
the second in importance. It has a population of 226 — 122 males and 104 females. There is a 
graded public school, two churches — Methodist and Catholic — and lodges of different benevolent associations. 
The business portion of the locality is represented by two general stores, one drug store, one blacksmith, 
one wagon-maker and a general repairing shop and planing mill. The medical profession has one rep- 
resesentative. The hotel, called the " Uncle Sam," is a very good house and offers excellent accommoda- 
tions. The town is chiefly supported by the farmers living in Big Valley, of which Kelseyville is the 
center. 

After supper onr landlord proposed a walk ; the evening being very pleasant we readily accepted. On 
leaving the hotel, we noticed that our host provided himself with matches. We thought that he was 
about to exhibit some curiosity hidden in the recesses of the spacious barn, so we made no inquiry. This 
was not the case, however, for on proceeding only a few rods from the hotel, in an open field, we approached 
something protruding from the ground, which, upon examination, proved to be a piece of iron pip \ It being 
dark we could not see the exact nature of the soil, but it appeared to be very elastic to the step, similar to walk- 
ing upon a spring mattress. Our landlord now began to tell us about " Moses and the burning bush," of 
which we had some faint recollection ourselves, but could not understand the relation between the bush of 
the Bible and the pipe of Kelseyville. Presently our guide struck a match and applied it to the mouth of 
the pipe. The gas issuing therefrom ignited, and here we were, in the middle of a barren field, looking at each 
other by gaslight. At first we were inclined to run, for we thought that something supernatural was about 
to occur, or that the interior fires of the earth would burst upon us, but on second thought we decided to in- 
vestigate this strange phenomenon. "We were informed that the earth in this neighborhood is impregnated 
with sulphureted-hydrogen gas, and that by making a small hole almost anywhere and applying a match 
thereto, the gas is immediately lighted, and will burn with a blue flame, though for a few moments only. 

"We now retraced our steps to the hotel and retired. At 5 a. m. we are again ready to continue our 
trip in another direction. We follow the road leading in a westerly course toward Caldwell Springs, 
distance five miles, and reach that place at 6£ a. m. The pure mountain air gave us a good appetite and 
we relished our breakfast. 

Caldwell Springs, now known as Highland Springs, are situated among the foothills on the extreme 
edge of Big Valley. The waters of these springs is charged with different minerals to an extraordinary 
degree. They contain sulphur, magnesia and iron. The location is very picturesque ; on the one 
side the road leads out of the valley by easy slopes, while on the other there are mountains, some of which 
are 3,000 feet above the sea level. Among the surrounding hills prospectors have lately been searching for 
cinnibar deposits. Some indications have been found, which, it is said, promise very lucrative results ; up 
to the present, however, no mine has been developed. 

The surroundings here, as in the localities already described, are very romantic, offering abundant 
amusement for the angler and hunter, as well as attractions for the artist. In a few years hence, when the 
iron horse will have entered this locality, this country will be thickly populated and visited by multitudes 
of people in search of amusement and recreation. 

We now proceed, in a northerly direction over an easy road and reach Lakeport, the County seat of 
Lake County, in the afternoon — distance seven miles from Highland Springs. Lakeport is situated in the 
north-eastern part of Big Valley, on the western shore of Clear Lake, one of the most beautiful sheets of 
water in the world, of which more will be said. Lakeport is about 10 miles distant from the northern 
limits of the County, 100 miles north of San Francisco, 30 miles from Ukiah, in Mendocino County, 30 
miles from Cloverdale, in Sonoma County, and 48 miles from Calistoga. It has a population of 350 — 187 males 
and 163 females. The town is well built, contains a number of business houses, such as general merchan- 
dise stores, one bank, one hotel, one restaurant, two blacksmith-shops, a gun-shop, barber-shop, tin-shop, 
etc. etc., in fact, all branches of business and trade are creditably represented. There are churches, schools, 
and a number of benevolent societies. Among the private residences we noticed two very beautiful ones 



56 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOBY OP 

facing Main Street. The town has at present but one hotel. There is a new one in course of construction 
which will be more adapted to the wants of increasing travel. "We are told that it will be opened during 
the present Summer. 

Big Valley is the largest valley of Lake County, and covers an area of about thirty-five square miles. 
The soil is composed of rich bottom land and produces all kinds of cereals and hay. Timber exists in dif- 
ferent portions of the Valley, it is pretty thickly settled and its inhabitants appear to be prosperous. There 
are several schools for the benefit of the population living at a distance from Kelseyville and Lakeport. 

Clear Lake, so called from the extraordinary clearness of its waters, lies at an elevation of 1,500 feet 
above the level of the Pacific. It is about 25 miles long, and is one of the most beautiful and romantic 
lakes we have ever beheld. From the northern shore, for a distance of nearly 17 miles, its average width 
is about eight miles. At this point Uncle Sam Mountain (2,500 feet high) projects into and rises almost 
perpendicularly from the lake, reducing its width to about two miles ; below this it again expands into an 
irregular shape. The first portion described iscalled " Upper Lake," the narrow portion, " The Narrows," 
and the last-described " Lower Lake." The water varies in depth from 20 to 115 feet, is as clear as crys- 
tal and of remarkable purity. The lake is entirely surrounded by mountains, except at its outlet, " Cache 
Creek," a wide stream, which flows in an easterly direction and empties into the Sacramento River. In 
the narrows, above alluded to, are several islands, which are, at some seasons of the year, inhabited 
by Indians, who live from hunting and fishing. They are friendly to the whites, very good natured, and 
love their wives more than the majority of " pale faces " do, as the following narrative, the truth of which 
is vouched for by reliable residents, will prove : Early this Spring, a-party of Indians, consisting of seven 
persons, six men and one woman, were out in a lightcanoe. A squall suddenly came up and upset the frail 
bark, precipiting the whole company into the lake. The men, being expert swimmers, promptly righted 
the canoe and placed the woman in it, they holding on to the sides to keep it steady. They knew that if 
they all returned into the boat the life of the woman would be again in danger, so they decided to remain 
in the water and be rescued by a boat or swim to the shore. The lake was very rough, the water ex- 
ceedingly cold. No help came from the shore, and they were left to their fate. One after another became 
chilled, and one after another relinquished his hold upon the boat and passed to the il Happy Hunting 
Grounds," but not one of them attempted to save himself at the peril of his female companion. The 
canoe, with its only occupant, the woman, was driven ashore by the wind, and she alone was left to relate 
the sad tale. If this is not heroism, in the true sense of the word, where can it be found ? 

Clear Lake abounds with pike, trout and black fish, and offers excellent sport for the angler. In the 
spawning season the little creeks running into the lake are crowded with fish to such an extent that they can 
be shoveled out or caught by the hand, while thousands swimming near the banks are pushed ashore by the 
immense numbers occupying the middle of the stream. This phenomenon must be seen to be believed, 
but we assure our readers that we saw one creek so full of fish that it looked as if it had been packed, and 
the banks were lined with hundreds which had been crowded out of the water. "We picked up quite a 
number, which were still alive, and returned them to the water. This was lost work, however, for every 
twenty fishes that we removed, were immediately replaced by at least double the number pressed out of the 
stream. There is a small steamer plying on the Lake, making trips from Lakeport to Lower Lake and 
return. We, having our team, prefer to make a circle of the lake and obtain views from the different sides. 
Before leaving, however, we will go on a fishing excursion. 

Early in the morning we proceeded to the wharf at Lakeport and hired a row-boat containing spears, 
fish-rods, lines and bait. We were soon a mile off shore, and concluded to partake of a light breakfast 
with which we were provided. Our little skiff floated quietly upon the placid bosom of the lake. The 
sun had just risen and the reflection of his rays in the water was not disturbed by a single ripple. The 
scenery on all sides was beautiful, the surrounding mountains towering high above the level of the lake, 
guarding it, as it were, from the view of the outside world. To the north we see Mount Ripley, to the 
east the Bear Mountains, and toward the narrows "Uncle Sam" stands like a sentinel. After admiring 
the beauties of nature for some time and appeasing our appetite, we cast our lines into the lake and soon 
began to take fish in large numbers. Pike, trout, suckers and blackfish were caught in rapid succession, 
and in about four hours the bottom of the boat was covered with numerous representatives of the finny tribe. 

We now thought of returning to port, and while hauling around we saw, about a mile from us, a boat 
containing two men moving in our direction. We at first paid no special attention to the boat, thinking 
that it contained a couple of tourists, out on a fishing excursion like ourselves. This was the case, but in- 
stead of fishing, these gentlemen appeared to be drinking to each other's health, for they were both standing 
in the boat, and, what we had not discerned before, a man, seated in the middle, was rowing. As they 
came nearer to us we could plainly see their figures. The one was tall, well built, of light complexion, 
with light hair, an excuse for a moustache and an u imperial." He was very fleshy, and, in our opinion, 
must weigh 250 pounds. The other, of nearly the same build, was of dark complexion, but heavier than the 
former, by at least 30 pounds. Neither appeared to be above thirty, and both were what is commonly 



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57 



called good looking. As their boat came close to ours, we exchanged the usual salutations of strangers in 
a strange land, conversed a while about the beauty of the surroundings, and we accepted their polite invita- 
tion to take a glass of wine, with which they were well supplied. One of the gentlemen was a German ; his 
accent in pronouncing the English betrayed him. The other was a son of the Empire State. We found 
them very agreeable company, and, being desirous of cultivating their acquaintance, proposed to approach 
the shore, beach our boats and pass the day together. They promptly accepted ; both boats were headed 
toward the land, and in a half hour we found ourselves cosily ensconced in one of the numerous shady nooks 
which abound in this locality. 

In the distance, near the shore of the lake, was a small house. Thither we sent the man who had charge 
of the other boat, to borrow, if possible, the necessary utensils for preparing a meal. He succeeded remarkably 
well, for in a short time he returned laden down, not only with dishes and pans, but with a full supply of 
everything that might be wanted ; bread, butter, ham, and a multitude of other eatables, not even forget- 
ting the usually required condiments, pepper and salt. The boatman, whom we had remunerated for his 
trouble, now took charge of the culinary department, made a fire, placed pans and kettles in position, and in 
less than fifty minutes a very complete meal was prepared. 

It is almost superfluous to add that justice was done to both the solid and liquid portions of our repast; 
wine flowed freely and we felt happy. 

The afternoon was spent in a very agreeable manner. Singing was indulged in and our German friend 
sang " The Watch on the Rhine," all joining in the chorus. The locality we had chosen for our impro- 
vised picnic was romantic beyond description. On the one side a turbulent stream, emptying into the lake, 
on the other a high mountain, rising thousands of feet above our heads ; behind us a dense forest, yet un- 
touched by the axe of the settler, and in front the broad expanse of the lake. 

We were entirely locked out from the civilized portion of the world, and for the time being forgot all 
our cares. 

Time flew rapidly, and before we were aware of it the sun had set, and the greyish mist which is 
peculiar to semi-tropical climes, previous to sunrise and just after sunset, made its appearance. One after 
another the stars became visible in the firmament, a light breeze stole gently over the lake, slightly agitating 
its surface; the moon appeared over the top of the mountains, throwing her silvery rays upon the waters, 
which reflected a thousand times in the undulating surface of the now rippled bosom of this magic mirror. 
It was time to depart, and as we had agreed to pass the remainder of the evening together in Lakeport, we 
launched our boats and proceeded homeward. When about one-half of the journey had been accomplished, 
the boats being close together, our German friend proposed the toast " our friendship.'' We could not 
refuse, and brought our boat along-side of the other. The toast duly honored, the boats separated. Our friend, 
leaning over the side too far, lost his balance — a splash — his companion tried to catch him by the arm — 
another splash, and both were in the water, swimming vigorously for life. We immediately exerted our- 
selves to rescue them, and after considerable work finally succeeded in saving and helping them into the 
boat. It was work, hard work, to draw 280 pounds from the water. When everybody was safe we pro- 
ceeded on our way and reached the hotel in Lakeport about 10 p. m. Our friends, who were not any worse 
for their involuntary bath, invited us to their room and as we had first responded to "our friendship," 
they now drank to " our rescue." 

The occurrence on the lake naturally led to a closer acquaintance,[and, as is usual in cases of sudden 
emotion, our friends desired to give us a sketch of their lives and the reason why they came to California. 
The German spoke as follows : M I was born on the banks of the Rhine, of wealthy parents, and passed the 
years of my childhood in the country, distant from the turmoil and bustle of city life. At the age of eight 
I was sent to the neighboring village school, and pursued my studies until my fifteenth year, when, accord- 
ing to custom, I was transferred to the college, where I remained till I attained my eighteenth birthday. 
My father wished me to study law ; I preferred medicine, and for this purpose entered the University of 
Heidelberg. I followed my studies closely, and in due course of time received my diploma of M. D. Dur- 
ing my university life I frequently visited my parents, generally passing the winter holidays under the pa- 
ternal roof. On the Christmas day previous to my finally leaving the university I was at home as usual, 
and received an invitation to a ball, to be given that evening. Being fond of amusement I was among the 
first in the ball-room and one of the most active dancers. 

" Among the numerous young ladies at the soire'e, was one who particularly attracted my attention — 

a daughter of sunny Spain, Isabella , who had been sent to Germany to finish her education. She 

had a beautiful form, her raven hair falling in long tresses over a Venus-like bust, and eyes that penetrated j 
to the deepest recesses of my soul. She was amiable, graceful, and intelligent. She came, she saw, she j 
conquered. I was her willing slave ; my feelings were reciprocated and we were engaged to be married. 
The consent of her parents was solicited and obtained ; my father was eager to contribute to the happiness 
of his only child and agreed to settle upon me a portion of his estates. I returned to the University, passed 
the examinations with credit and obtained my diploma. Preparations for our nuptials were being made at 



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home. The wedding day was fixed, but we were destined to disappointment. Never were we to realize that 
perfect bliss beginning at the hymenial altar, ending at the grave, 

"A war cloud arose in the political horizon of Europe. The cry ' to arms !' resounded from the Bal- 
tic to the Mediterranean. Prance and Germany were about to decide at the point of the sword what diplo- 
macy failed to adjust. The beautiful fields of France, the garden of the Old World, were to be drenched 
in blood, her villages destroyed : and her fortresses invested. I was called to defend the honor of my coun- 
try, to fight for German unity. I took leave of my father, my mother,, and of her whom in- a few weeks 
more I should have called my wife. You know of the horrible battles that were fought. I passed un- 
scathed through all until we reached the vicinity of Sedan. 

" On the memorable day of the battle of Sedan I was severely wounded andUeft for dead upon the field. 
By mere accident I was found and taken to a house in the outskirts of the town, but my name had been, 
added to the list of those who ' fell in defence of the flag, 7 and, by some oversight on the part of the officers 
in charge, this error was not corrected. 

"For three long months I lay between life and death, then gradually improved, so that at the end of 
thirty days more I was strong enough to be sent home. I reached my native village, and entered the door of 
the family mansion. Father and mother could hardly trust their eyes. I had been reported dead — killed 
at the battle of Sedan. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
I asked for Isabella. My mother's face assumed a pitiful look. My father remained silent. She was no 
more. The news of my death had been broken to her too suddenly. Brain fever carried her to the grave,' ' 

Mr. was overcome with grief ; the tears rolled down his manly cheeks and he remarked, 

" Gentlemen, now you have the reason why I visit a distant clime. Forget, it is impossible — but the ever- 
changing surroundings of travel may, in time, alleviate my suffering and bring some relief to my aching, 
heart." 

Our American friend, who was, like ourselves, moved to tears by the foregoing recital, now began his 
narrative : 

" I was born in the City of New York, the metropolis of the great American Union, of wealthy 
parents, living in all the luxury and surrounded by the comforts so easily attainable in our country, by the 
universally worshipped, omnipotent dollar. I had a twin brother. We were the only children and were 
really idolized by our parents. My brother and myself were sent to school at the age of seven, and when 
we had finished the primary course, were transferred to an institute on the banks of the Hudson. As mere 
boys, we frequently talked about what we should like to become. I* wished to be a sea Captain — my brother 
a General. Meanwhile we diligently pursued our studies, and at the age of 18 left the school and returned 
to New York. Our father said that it was necessary to put us to some occupation, while mother insisted 
that we were too young and not sufficiently experienced to brave the temptations of this wicked world. 
Several years rolled on. Our dear father, who had been ailing for some time, died, casting gloom and grief 
into the family circle. One year more, and our kind mother was carried to the grave. We were left alone — 
with no one to love and no one to love us, and the ties of brotherly affection, which had always been strong, 
were now redoubled. We thought of visiting Europe, the Holy land,, etc., but decided to delay our depar- 
ture in consequence of some unsettled affairs. The internal dissensions between North and South had been 
brewing for a long time and were about to burst forth in all the* fury of rebellion.. Wejoined the army to 
uphold the integrity of the Union and stand by our flag, the starry banner. By mere chance we were 
placed in the same company and fought many a battle side by side. In the battle of the Wilderness a ball 
from the enemy pierced my brother's breast — he fell almost lifeless at my feet. All he could say was r 
' God bless you! ' Heart-sick and disconsolate I resigned and bore the body of my beloved brother home, 
to place him beneath that sod which sheltered the forms of those who, during life, were so dear to him. 
* * * *- i n Greenwood Cemetery, shaded by willows, may be seen a plain marble shaft — the inscrip- 
tion, l mort sur le champ de bataille.' 

" Alone in the wide world, I have roamed from place to place. On the Overland train I met and became 

acquainted with Mr. . We have agreed to travel together, in search of what probably we shall never 

find on this side of the tomb — contentment.' 11 

To eradicate, to a certain extent, the gloomy impression left upon our mind's by these affectin g recitals,, 
we proposed the toast " California," which was very heartily responded to by our friends. Time had flown 
more rapidly than we imagined; the eastern horizon already showed signs of approaching day when we- 
took leave of these amiable gentlemen, who expressed a desire to accompany us on a trip through Sonoma 
and Mendocino Counties. For the present we bid them farewell and will continue our journey. 

\ We leave Lakeport at 9 a. m. Our horses having enjoyed a long rest are impatient to-travel rapidly, and 
following the road in a northerly direction, we reach Blue Lakes at 10£ a. m. -distance 12 miles. At this 
point there are two hotels for the accommodation of tourists. There are two lakes, the upper and lower, 
covering an area of about four square miles. The water is of great depth and has a blue color, similar to the 
ocean. They are surrounded by rugged mountains covered with pines. On the western side there are 



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some beautiful glens with numerous pretty country residences, almost hidden by the dense foliage of the 
forest. On the eastern side the lakes are sheltered by high mountains, which rise abruptly from the water's 
edge. 

Two miles easterly from here are the celebrated Pearson Springs. At this point there are several 
cottages for families, and a fine large hotel is in course of construction, which will be finished this fall. The 
locality is beautiful and the climate unsurpassed by any in the State. The waters of these springs are highly 
recommended for the cure of dyspepsia, neuralgia and scrofulous diseases. The accommodations are very 
good and the fare beyond reproach. 

We now proceed in a south-easterly direction and reach Upper Lake at 1 p. M. — distance about 8 miles. 
On the left hand of the road we noticed Witter Springs, but could not stop there, one of our horses having 
lost a shoe; we were obliged to hasten to a blacksmith shop. 

While our horses are being attended to, we will take a stroll through the town. Upper Lake is situated 
on the northern edge of Clear Lake, in Upper Lake Valley, and has a population of 176 — 102 males and 
74 females. The town is chiefly supported by the farmers and stock-raisers of the vicinity, but also visited 
by numerous tourists in the summer season. There is a school, a church, two merchandise stores, one drug- 
store, two blacksmith shops and two hotels. It is the terminus of the Graham & McCray's stage line from 
Cloverdale, in Sonoma County, who have a very good livery stable in the town. 

Upper Lake Valley covers an area of about 12 square miles. It contains a great deal of timber, the 
land is very rich and the principal products are wheat and hay; some barley and oats are also raised. 

After dinner, we continue our journey in a south-easterly course on the way to Bartlett Springs. The 
road winds up the side of the Bear Mountain range, and we slowly reach an altitude of 3,500 feet above the 
sea level. The scenery is wild — the road very dangerous for inexperinced drivers, there being precipices and 
deep gorges on both sides. Without accident we reach Bartlett Springs, one of the most prominent water- 
ing places of California, jtt 7 p. m. — distance 14 miles from Upper Lake. Here we are again at the source 
of health-giving springs. Happily, however, we require no mineral water to give us an appetite, the moun- 
tain air being sufficient for. that — we always feel ( half-starved one hour after meals. Bartlett Springs are pleas- 
antly situated in Chiquita (in English, small) Valley. 

They were discovered in 1868 by Mr. Bartlett, who still owns them. The buildings of the locality 
comprise a general merchandise store, a butcher-shop, a saloon, and a barber-shop. The hotel, which is of 
good size, has 55 cabins in the immediate vicinity, and an unusually fine, well-appointed stable. 

The Valley is, as its name denotes, somewhat contracted in space, presenting a level about one-quarter 
mile square. Its position and surroundings are picturesque and well repay a visit. The medicinal spring 
which has alleviated the sufferings of many hundreds of invalids, bubbles up into a stone basin, about three 
feet long by two feet wide and a little over two feet deep; the water is very clear and pure. Around this 
spot may daily be counted hundreds of invalids, who come there to drink, while the people of the sur- 
roundings come provided with demijohns to carry|a supply to their homes. The water is known to contain 
sulphur, carbon, magnesia, manganese, potassium and calcium; has a very pleasant but decided taste, dif- 
ficult to describe, and is remarkable both in effect and flavor. 

About a half mile from this Spring is one the waters of which are agitated as if subjected to intense 
heat. We approach very cautiously, extend our hands with fear of being scalded, the tips of our fingers 
come in contact with the water — it is icy cold. The agitation is produced by the exhalation of carbonic 
acid gas, which is set free in sufficient quantities from this Spring to destroy animal life in from five to 
seven minutes. This w T ater is highly recommended for the cure of hemorrhoids and corns. 

One mile and a half to the westward is the Soap Spring, enclosed in a natural wall of stone. Its water 
holds in solution, borax, soda, salt and sulphur. It is lukewarm, and offers excellent facilities for bathing, 
the cavity into which it runs being about 20 feet long by 12 feet wide, with sufficient depth to admit of 
swimming. The accommodations at Bartlett Springs are excellent; the hotel is well managed and every- 
thing is done to satisfy the most fastidious. The climate, as in all portions of Lake County, is very healthy, 
the atmosphere of remarkable purity and the facilities for outdoor amusement are numerous. Mr. G. Bartlett, 
the proprietor of Bartlett Springs, occupies a cottage on the premises. He spends most of his time in hunting in 
j the neighboring mountains, but is ever on hand when his presence is required. We have spent a very 
agreeable day in this locality and have visited so many places of interest that we fear to have forgotten some 
of them in our description. We will now retire and leave early in the morning. 

Before the first rays of the sun have tinged the tops of the high pines on the eastern mountains, we are 
on the road leading in a southerly direction and pass through " Tail Holt " Valley, a most beautiful place, 
heavily timbered and crossed in all directions by murmuring creeks and rivulets — we can really not account 
for the origin of the name. The station, if it so may be called, consists of one general merchandise store 
and postoffice. We continue in the same direction and arrive in Long Valley, covering an area of about 
six square miles of farming, and timber land. There are several large dairy-farms in this Valley, which 
supply Bartlett Springs, Lakeport and Lower Lake with butter. We follow the same direction, crossing 



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Cache Creek, the outlet of Clear Lake, and reach Lower Lake about 5 p. m. — distance 25 miles from Bart- 
lett Springs. The road from Bartlett Springs to here being very mountainous and rather dangerous, we were 
obliged to drive slowly; for this reason a whole day was used. The scenery along the whole route is beauti- 
ful and ever changing from the picturesque landscape to the awe-inspiring precipice. 

Lower Lake, situated about five miles from the southern shore of Clear Lake and 32 miles from 
Calistoga, is the third town of importance in the County. It has a population of 201 — 109 males and 92 
females. There are two general merchandise stores, one hotel, one livery-stable, two blacksmith shops, one 
gristmill, one drug-store and several saloons. There is also a graded school, several churches, and the dif- 
ferent benevolent associations are well represented. The town is supported by the farming community of 
Lower Lake Valley, is very prosperous at the present time, and bids fair to become a place of importance. 
Lower Lake Valley covers a large area of good land. Stock-raising and farming are carried on. "While 
at this point, we receive news that business of importance demands us at San Francisco. "We now cross the 
foothills in a southerly direction, pass through Coyote Valley and reach the town of Guenoc. Coj^ote Val- 
ley is a small but very productive one. The farmers raise immense crops of cereals. Guenoc is a pretty little 
village, having one hotel, postoffice, a store and several houses. It has a population of 57 — 36 males and 21 
females. 

We leave Guenoc and following the road which passes through Middletown and close to the Great 
"Western Quicksilver mines, we reach Calistoga in time for the train — distance 20 miles. It is useless to 
describe our trip from here to the bay, we having already alluded to that before and our readers know 
the full particulars. 



RESUME OF POPULATION OF LAKE COUNTY. 



PLACES 



Males 



Females 



Total 



Lakeport 

Kelseyville 

Lower Lake 

Upper Lake 

Middletown 

Guenoc , 

Farming Community 

Kesidents at the Mines 

Residents at "Watering Places, 

Total 



187 
122 
109 
102 
128 
36 

3,107 



163 
104 
92 
74 
79 
21 

2,856 



350 
226 
201 
176 
207 
57 



3,791 



3,389 



7,180 



Owing to our sudden departure from Lake County we could not describe all the different points of im- 
portance and sources of wealth. Among the latter we will first mention 

BORAX LAKE, 



A shallow body of water, situated near Clear Lake, on a slip of land extending into the latter. This lake was 
discovered in 1859 and became the property of the California Borax Company, who extracted large quanti- 
ties of borax some years ago, but have for some reason discontinued operations. All the necessary ma- 
chinery is on the ground, and we are told that borax exists in immense quantities in the mud at the bottom 



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of this lake. Two miles northward are a unmber of boiling springs, the water of which contains chlorine, 
soda and boracic acid. Near these hot springs some large deposits of sulphur have been found and have been 
worked to some extent. 

Traces of petroleum were discovered in different parts of the neighborhood, though no borings have 
been made. In due course of time no doubt capitalists will undertake the working of these different 
interests and reap lucrative results. We now come to the 

GEE AT WESTERN QUICKSILVER MINES, 

Already alluded to on the first page of our description. The Great Western Quicksilver Mining Company 
was incorporated August 8, 1872, and is now actively engaged in extracting quicksilver from their mine 
with great success. 

At first a ten ton furnace for the reduction of the ore was erected. This, however, proved insufficient, 
and one having a capacity of thirty tons was built. The latter is known as the Green Furnace, and is on 
the most improved principles. 

The two furnaces are capable of reducing forty tons of ore per day. All the other buildings on the 
premises are new and complete in all their appointments. The mine is located in a dense growth of pine, 
fir, oak and other timber that promises an abundance of timber for the mine, and fuel for the furnaces, for 
many years to come. Altogether we counted eight tunnels, in different localities, in all of which we saw 
rich deposits of cinnabar in large bodies. Shafts have been sunk to a depth of 200 feet at the extremities of 
tunnels Nos. 3and 8, which are 1,500 feet apart. Specimensof ore were shown us, taken at this depth, which 
would assay from 60 to 70 per centum. We were politely shown all over the premises and had the pleasure 
of. seeing the whole process of producing quicksilver — the taking of the ore from the tunnels and placing it 
in the furnaces, the mode of condensing the fumes by means of iron condensers, and, finally, the pure metal 
run into the flasks. We passed several hours at the mine, and from what we saw conclude that the company 
is in a very prosperous condition. 

In this neighborhood is also the claim of the Columbia Quicksilver Mining Company, said to be very 
rich ; we had not sufficient time to spare and could not visit it. 

We also omitted to speak of Soda Bay, which is situated at the base of Uncle Sam Mountain. Here are 
a number of soda springs. The locality is a beautiful one ; the surroundings very picturesque and romantic. 
Tourists and artists in search of magnificent natural scenery can here gratify their imaginations. 

In the southern portion of Cobb Valley are Adams Springs, named after Mr. Adams, the discoverer, 
and now the property of Whitton Brothers. The accommodations are of a rather primitive nature, and as 
yet the place is not extensively patronized. The waters are said to possess great curative qualities. 

In this connection we will also allude to Sigler Spring, situated six miles west of Lower Lake. The 
surroundings of the locality are charming and attract numerous visitors. The accommodations are good 
and the waters are highly recommended for their medicinal properties. Among the small valleys of which 
nothing is said in our narrative are the following: Scott, Paradise, Bachelor, Morgan, Copsey, Bogg, 
Gravelly, Hunting, Deer, Dunivan and Little Squaw. They are very small, but a number of them are very 
pretty; all are very productive and yield large crops of hay and cereals. 

When Kelsey and Stone first settled in Lake County, for the purpose of raising cattle, little did they 
dream that in less than twenty-five short years the locality in which they were would be the point of ren- 
dezvous for lovers and admirers of natural beauty from all parts of the Eastern States and California. 
They were only on the borders of what is now justly termed the " Sanitarium" of the Pacific, combining 
the mountain scenery of Switzerland with the climate of Italy, and containing more mineral springs than the 
whole of Europe. Lake County is even now but thinly populated. There are several reasons for this : 
First, because the advantages of its climate and the richness of its soil are not generally known abroad ; 
Second, the means of communication between it and the adjoining counties is by mountain roads and axle. 
It is proposed to extend the Napa Valley Eailroad from Calistoga into Lake County. It may require 
difficult engineering and a great outlay of capital, to pass the mountains, but what is this compared to the 
tunnel under Mount Cenis, or the Hoosac tunnel, lately completed ? We have in California men of talent, 
wealth and enterprise, who will overcome this difficulty. The day is near at hand when the shrill whistle 
of the locomotive will be heard on the shores of Clear Lake. Then a great future will dawn for Lake 
County ; her valleys will be dotted with numerous villages, her towns become beautiful cities, and her 
mines bring forth the hidden treasures of the earth. The Mineral Springs will be the renowned Spas of 
the western world, visited by thousands of invalids from all climes, and the waters will be exported to the 
four quarters of the globe, to be used by those who cannot come to the source. Pleasure-seekers who 
usually spend the winter in Italy and the summer in the Pyrenees, will come here to admire the beauties 
of a country but yesterday a wilderness, to-day inhabited by a thrifty, orderly and intelligent community. 



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The Proprietor of these Stables would call the attention of all 
Travelers, Kesidents, and Sojourners to the fact that his Stables are 
perfectly supplied with 

Buggies, Top and Open, Mountain Wagons, Light and Heavy, 







And, in fact, with " Turn-Outs" of any description or style. These he 
will let to parties, with Single Horses or Match Teams. 
His Stock is of the Best, and challenges comparison with that of 
any Country Stable. 



In such abundance and variety that the applicant can exercise his choice. 
Parties can be conveyed to any point Speedily, Comfortably, and 
at Small Expense. 

BOARDING HORSES RECEIVE THE BEST OF CARE. 

Satisfaction given in every instance. 

C. M. YOUNG, Pioneer Stables, 

Calistoga Avenue, Middletown. 



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This Picturesque Summer Resort is now perfectly prepared for the accom- 
modation of all who desire rest, recuperation, and the ordinary amusements 
afforded by forest and stream. 

THU BQTZBXa 

Is conducted with a liberality respecting its Table and Eoom Accommodations 
which renders it fully equal to any in the Metropolis. 

cmAmn, timmivi nmm%% 

Having Bath and Water privileges generally, can be furnished to a limited number. 

A magnificent mountain stream close to the buildings abounds in trout, while 
game of every description roams the hills in the immediate vicinity. 

THE STABLES are large and conveniently fitted with everything necessary 
to the comfort and care of horses. 

Messrs. BROADWELL & BASSETT HAVE FINE STAGES, 




DRAWN" BY SIX HORSES, which leave Calistoga Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday of each week, arriving at Lakeport the same day, calling at way-points, 
Middletown, Cobb Valley and Kelseyville, returning Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday. 



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T. A.. LING-, Proprietor. 



I beg leave to make known to the public, that these Springs having changed hands, I will be prepared 
hereafter to accommodate all who wish to make a trial of their virtue. Unlike most of the Mineral 
Springs, this is recommended through the entire year, the "Water being considered quite as potent during 
the Winter as during the Summer months. The accommodations, whether of 

:@®§& ©m oowwJkQk 

Are not to be excelled by any place of like character on the Pacific Coast. 

The BATHING facilities are as perfect as conld. lie desired, while the CLIMATE is uneiceptionaWe. 

The situation is a very beautiful one, presenting a background of mountains, at'the foot of which the 
Springs bubble up, upon the very banks of Limestone Creek, which flows from a canyon above in a 
clear, cold stream of living water into the lovely valley below. The entire site occupied by the 

H@t©l, G®ttaig@s 8 StoMeSs smA Mfkth Hou&dSi 

Is surrounded by rolling hills and small valleys, with magnificent groves of trees, making the entire 
scene one of quiet, unobtrusive harmony, charming and picturesque. 

The route of approach is easy and possible from any direction. By the Northern Pacific Kailroad 
from San Francisco to Cloverdale, thence eighteen miles by Stage. Prom Calistoga by Stage, via 
Kelseyville. There is also a good road from Clear Lake, as well as good approaches from any of the 
other Springs. Fishing and Hunting can be indulged in to an unlimited extent. 

These Springs have been tested by competent Chemists, and pronounced 

« the best mmm watbm m amebic*/' 

Having a great variety of Springs, containing the best combinations of Mineral Salts for the cure of 
nearly all cases of Chronic Disease, arising from Impurities of the Blood, or from improper action of 
the Secretory Organs. 

There are more than Fifty (50) Springs, many of a proper temperature for Bathing as the 
Water leaves the ground. Invalids, consequently, can choose the Water which best suits their individual 
case, or as their taste may dictate. 

There are a number of Springs admirably adapted for Drinking Purposes, such as " The Pool 
Of Diana, " The Magical Spring," and " The Oold Soda Spring," which has no superior 
in the United States. 

Transient Visitors will be courteously received and shown every point of interest free of charge. 

Proprietor of Highland Springs. 



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Hygienic and Medical 

INSTITUTE, 
635 and 637 California Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



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OF LITTLE LAKE, CAL. 

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This Institute is one of the most complete in its appointments as regards 
the healing agencies employed, and the appliances brought to bear to" assist in alle- 
viating the ills of afflicted humanity, of any institution west of the Rocky Moun- 
tains. In addition to the Water Cure treatment, with its varied forms of Electric 
Baths, consisting of Thermal, Russian and Turkish combined, spray, douche and 
sitz baths, theie is the newly-invented adjustable Horse-Shoe Magnet, the most 
pow erful remedial agent now known to modern medical science, for relieving all 
Spinal Complaints, and overcoming congested and diseased parts. Its effects in the 
treatment of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gouty Conditions and Paralysis are truly 
magical. Before its power Tumors and Glandular Swellings rapidly disappear; 
through its agency nervous organisms are revitalized, debilitated systems rapidly 
restored, and all muscular powers are wonderfully energized. 

We have also secured the agency of the Aqua Vitse Mineral Water, of Little 
Lake, Mendocino county, so well known for its great healing properties, and we are 
having the water shipped to us regularly, so that our patients and patrons may 
obtain it pure and fresh. It is an infallible remedy for Piles and Diseases of the 
Mucous Membrane. When necessary we also make use of medication and surgery. 

Rooms and hygienic board furnished to all requiring it. 

We claim with the above means and appliances, and also others which it is not 
necessary to mention, to cure the great majority of those who fail to obtain relief or 
cure by any former course of medication, and we challenge any party or parties to 
gainsay or compete with us. The mortality reports of the city will prove that not 
one death per year has occurred under our treatment during the last sixteen years. 
| This unparalleled record speaks for itself. 

Ji@* For further particulars apply at the Institute. 

WG£* Consultations, and Phrenological Examinations in regard to health, free. 

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SODA BAY HOTEL, 

Clear Lake, Lake Co. 

Situated at the base of Uncle Sam Moun- 
tain, on the Lake Shore. 



C, N, SOUTHER, 



Proprietor. 



THIS HOTEL is situated at the base of Uncle 
Sam Mountain, on the Lake Shore, at the finest 
harbor on the Lake, where there is 

A Soda Spring 

three feet in diameter flowing into the Lake, and 
numerous other Springs, both hot and cold. 
Uncle Sam Mountain is the 

FINEST HUNTING GROUND IN THE STATE 

And the Bay abounds in Fish. 

BOATS and FISHING TACKLE constantly 
on hand. 

The Climate at this point is unequaled for 
invalids, being tempered by the cool air from the 
Lake. 

There are two routes to this Soda Bay — one via 
Petaluma and Cloverdale, the other via Vallejo 
and Calistoga, both connecting with stages for 
Kelseyville, where carriages are waiting to convey 
passengers to Soda Bay. 



GEEENE'S HOTEL, 



MAIN ST., LAKEPORT, 



Lake County, California. 



The only place of entertainment in the town. 
Conveniently and prettily located upon the Main 
Street, in full view, and but a short distance from 
the Lake. 

A Veranda runs along the front and one side 
of the House, which is very enjoyable on Summer 
evenings. 

The Lake is a beautiful body of water, . 

ABOUNDING IN FISH. 

The place offers many inducements to the sojour- 
ner and tourist : a Pleasant Hotel, Picturesque 
Scenery, Pure Bracing Mountain Air, and untold 
hours of amusement with the Kod and Line. 



"OAK CORNERS" 

BLACKSMITH SIP. 

JOHN M. ROBBE, Prop'r. 

Forks of Lower Lake ana" Cloverdale Eoai, 

3 Miles S. £. of Lakeport. 



Having recently opened a shop at the above stand, I 
wish to inform my old friends, the residents of this 
County, and the traveling public, that 1 am prepared to 
do all kinds of work in my line. 

Blacksmithing. Horse-Shoeing, "Wagon 

Work, Machine "Work, Repairing of 

all kinds, at Short Notice and 

Reasonable Rates. 

Give me a Call and Satisfy Yourself 



PIONEER NURSERY. 



E. B. BOLE, Proprietor. 



Situated 9 Miles S. E. of Lakeport, 
2 Miles South of Kelseyville, on Kelsey Creek. 



I have everything appertaining to a 
Complete Nursery Stock, which I am 
selling both at wholesale and retail, 
at Lowest Market Rates. 

Fruit Trees Guaranteed to be pro- 
perly named. Large quantities of Seed 
for Sale; also all varieties of Fruit in 
Season. . 



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6ENEE4L MERCHANDISE, 

H/EJ±TlSr STREiElT, LAKLBPORT. 



Our Stock is now very complete, consisting in part of 

grgfctejfaitcjljtitks 

CLOTHING, BOOTS 1MB SHOES, 

Hardware and Agricultural Implements, 

Carpenters' Tools, 

Wood and Willow Ware, 

Crockery and Glass Ware, 

Doors and Windows, 

Paints and Oils, 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. 

All kinds of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Goods at the 
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. 

CALL. AND S E E US. 



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J. B. BAGGUS, JR., EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 



Tei\ms, - - Fouf^ Dollars per Year, in Advance, 



The BEE is a Creditable, Live Local Paper, 
Independent in Politics, and will be found one of 

11© Best HeiiEBS for Al¥©rtl§Img 



in this section of the State. It is the only^Paper 
published in the County, and has a large circulation, 
not only in Lake, but also in the adjoining Counties 
of Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino, as well as 
throughout the State. 



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PROPRIETOR, OP THE 








KELSEYVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, GAL. 



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To the entire traveling public we would commend 
this as 

The Best Hotel in Lake County. 

It is upon the stage routes from Calistoga to Lakeport, 
Upper Lake, Witter Springs and Bartlett Springs. 
The Oloverdale and Calistoga lines also meet here. 
No expense or trouble is spared in ministering to the 
wants of the Guests, and the Table abounds in 
everything which the vicinity furnishes. 

MR. TOWLE, the genial Host, is ever ready to 
welcome and care for his numerous patrons. 

Cleanliness is apparent throughout the entire Establishment, 

Furnished with excellent Beds, leave nothing to 
be desired. We would respectfully request the 
traveling public to test the truth of our assertions. 



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So celebrated have these Springs become, and so generally and 
favorably are they known, that little need be said, except that they 
are daily curing Aggravated Cases of 

layer ail lllatf §©mplalmt§ f 

IN THE MOST ADVANCED STAGES. 

CASES OF RHEUMATISM, 

considered for years incurable, have received almost instantaneous relief, 
and in the course of a few weeks every trace of the Disease has been 
removed. 

The Springs are twenty-one miles from Calistoga, with which place 
they are connected by a capital road. 

A Stage belonging to the Springs connects at Calistoga with the 
Morning Train from San Francisco, and the Noon Train from Vallejo, 
each day, Sunday excepted. The time consumed in the trip from San 
Francisco is Nine Hours. MR. WILLIAMS has a 



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For the accommodation of visitors, with some Thirteen Modern Cottages 
for those desiring Suites. The BATH HOUSES are scrupulously neat. 
The WINE ROOM is provided with the Choicest Vintages. 

The Climate is equable, and the adjacent scenery grand beyond 
description. All will be well satisfied with a few days spent at this truly 
unexceptionable resort. 



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We have Established Lines running constantly to CALISTOGA, 
GEYSERVILLE, and all way places in the vicinity. 

OUR STOCK OF THE BEST, 

AND OUR DRIVERS CAREFUL AND EXPERIENCED. 

These lines convey Passengers without loss of time to Middletown, 
Guenoc, Sigler, and Adams' Springs, Great Western Quicksilver Mines, 
Lakeport, Upper Lake, Bartlett and Witter Springs, calling at Soda Bay. 

STAGES LEAVE CALISTOGA AT 7 O'CLOCK, A. M. 

TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AID SATURDAY, 

Returning alternate days, making connection with Cars for San Francisco. 
Remember ! These lines ensure Safe and Quick Transit, employing 
nothing but Good Stock and Careful Drivers. 



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13 Miles N. W. of Lakeport, 2 Miles East of the Celebrated Blue Lakes, 



These Celebrated Springs can be reached by a good road from 
Upper Lake, from Ukiah, from Witter Springs, and from Bartlett 
Springs. 

For years they have enjoyed a reputation second to none, as 
presenting an absolute specific for cases of 

Together with DYSPEPSIA and kindred Disorders. NEURALGIA and 
SCROFULOUS DISEASES are also successfully treated. 

There is much level ground here, with fine shade trees, furnishing 
good camping facilities. Game and Fish are abundant in the locality, 
and Vegetables and Fruit in profusion. 



Are Conveniently Located, and for Rent to Families in Suites. 









Is in course of construction, and MR. PEARSON hopes soon to have 
a Comfortable Building, sufficient in size to accommodate all who 
desire to visit the Springs. 

J. W. PEARSON, Proprietor. 



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These Gentlemen would announce to the Public, especially the Afflicted I 
portion of it, that they have everything arranged for the comfort and conven- 
ience of their guests, as far as is consistent with their interior situation and 
rugged surroundings. In addition to the 



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They have some FIFTY-FIVE- CABINS, which they let at mere nominal 
sums to such as prefer them to the Hotel. Ground can also be obtained for 
the erection of Tents or for Camping Purposes generally. Eates are Very 
Low, and living expenses are much less here than at Watering Places generally. 
No analysis has ever been made of the water, but the thousands who 
have been made whole through its wonderful agency attest in unsparing 
terms its miraculous power. 

Are treated with the utmost success ; the Water only proving entirely 
worthless, or worse, when brought in contact with Lung Diseases. 

A Telegraph Line has just been completed, rendering speedy connection 
with the outside world possible. 

The Climate is Very Agreeable, and this taken in connection with the 
Water and situation, enhances the value of the place as a sanitarium. 



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This Hotel is pleasantly and conveniently situated upon the Main 
Street, but a short distance removed from the Post Office and from 
Wells, Fargo & Go's. 

The Accommodations are as good as could be desired, both as regards 
Room and Table Accommodations, 

The Booms being Well Furnished and Heat 

While the TABLE is PROVIDED With ALL THE MARKET AFFORDS, 
being also well served. 

This is the Terminus and Starting Point for Hagan & Smith's 
Stage Lines. 









But a stone's-throw distant, abounds in Fish, thus furnishing occupation 
for the Angler. The Hunter also, in the neighboring hills can find 
sufficient Game to render the trip an enjoyable one. 

MR. WALL gives his personal attention to the comfort of his Guests, 
and will gladly receive and make comfortable all who may journey 
in his vicinity. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIFS. *72 

Great Western Quicksilver Mining Company. 

INCORPORATED AUGUST 8, 1872. 

Location, La^o Ooanty, Oal. 

TITLE, UNITED STATES PATENT. 

CAPITAL STOCK, $5,000,000. ------ 50,000 SHARES. 

Office, 312 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 

OFFICERS : 

E. GREEN, President. MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE BANK, Treasurer. 

A. HALSEY, Secretary. E. GREEN, Superintendent. 



Columbia Quicksilver Mining Company. 

INCORPORATED . JUNE 12th, 1874. 

Location, ULei^o County, Cal. 

TITLE, UNITED STATES PATENT. 

CAPITAL STOCK, $4,500,000. 45,000 SHARES. 

OFFICERS : 

J. P. WHITNEY, President. A. HALSEY, Secretary. 

P. H. KRAUER, Vice-President. A. HALSEY, Treasurer. 

J. RAYNOR, Superintendent. 

Office, 312 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



London Quicksilver Mining Company. 

INCORPORATED 22 d APRIL, 1874. 

Ijocation, 3STa,-p>a, CDcd min/try, Oal. 
CAPITAL STOCK, $5,000,000. 50,000 SHARES. 

OFFICERS : 

JOSIAH BELDEN, President. A. HALSEY, Secretary. 

R. E. BREWSTER, Vice-President. A. HALSEY. Treasurer. 

JAMES McQUAID, Superintendent. 

Office, 312 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



El Madro Quicksilver Mining Company. 

INCORPORATED MARCH 11th, 1874. 

LOCATION, HXTA-UPA. OOTTHSTT-ST, OAIj. 

TITLE, UNITED STATES PATENT. 

CAPITAL STOCK, $5,000,000. ...... 50,000 SHAKES. 

OFFICERS: 

R. E. BREWSTER, President. A. HALSEY, Treasurer. 

A. HALSEY, Secretary. JAS. McQUAID, Superintendent. 

Office, 312 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



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These Springs, justly celebrated, are situated 33 
miles S. E. of Lakeport, 15 miles S. of Lower Lake, 
5 miles N. of Harbin Hot Sulphur Springs, 24 miles 
N. of Calistoga, and 5 miles N. W, of Seigler Springs. 
They can therefore be approached from any direc- 
tion, and easily visited from any of the other places 
of resort. The surrounding scenery is romantic in the 
extreme, the mountains abound in game, while a fine 
trout stream is near at hand. To the pleasure-seeker 
and traveller, therefore, the inducements to visit us 
are almost as great as to those desiring relief from 
suffering. ^^ 

WE OFFEE AN ABSOLUTE SPECIFIC EOR 

NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, 

LIVER COMPLAINT, SICK HEADACHE, 

ERYSIPELAS, PARALYSIS, SCROFULA, 

SORE EYES, KIDNEY COMPLAINTS, 
DYSPEPSIA, DISEASES OF THE STOMACH, 

And the thousand and one diseases which have their origin in the 

im:e»tj:fi.ity ojf - the blood. 



Our references are innumerable ; we will however append but one certificate : 

Lockford, San Joaquin Co., Cal., April 10, 1873. 
This is to certify, that I have been troubled with the Gravel for years, and have many times during 
that period been obliged to resort to the use of the " Catheter." My symptoms were of an aggravated 
character. My back pained me so acutely that I could scarcely move, while my legs were covered with 
great sores, which were excruciatingly painful. In this condition I visited COPSE Y SPK1NG, remained 
two weeks, and have never been troubled since. I now consider myself a sound man. My wife also 
accompanied me on my visit ; she had been afflicted with Scrofula and Dyspepsia for over 30 years. At 
the termination of my visit, she accompanied me home, entirely recovered. GEO. KE ASONEE. 

Mr. Reasoner is a clergyman of the M. E. Church, and is well known. 



Mr. Copsey, the proprietor of these Springs, on account of his age, desires 
either to lease or sell the premises. ' 

A cordial invitation is extended to all, to give the Springs a trial. 

C. C. COPSEY, Proprietor. 



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Name. 



Atkerson Mrs Adeline 

Adams A 

Apperson M M 

Ayers J M 

AKERS AUSTIN 

Austin Moses 

Alters F M 

Akers E S 

Allison JK 

ALLISON THOS 

Arnold SS 

Adams D H 

Alley J L 

Alley S A 

Allen S G 

Allen Wm 

Alley J L 

Applegate A K 

ALTER ISAAC 

Alter Henry 

Adams Young 

Armstrong Wm 

Amesbury Wm 

ANDREWS GEO 

Anderson 

Adams J D 

Akins A M 

Allen H 

Ardry J J 

ARMSTRONG MRS E. 

Ashley H 

Armstrong Mrs M 

Armstrong Wm 

Adams Joshua 

Armstrong D B 

Baker J T 

Ballenger S 

Burtnett M L 

Boggs L H 

Benson Anderson 

Baker Miss Sue 

Brown J P 

Braffett Jas 

Brutton J J 

Baker Joshua 

Bennett Mrs Olive 

BARNES JOSEPH 

Beckwith C W, 

Beaty John 

BROADWELL 

& BASSETT 

BASSETT P O 

BASSETT WM 

Bolter H K 

BOGGS J W 

BellGR 

Behr John 

BOLE E B 

Burtnett Peter 

Boggs H C 

Barker CC 

Burger J F 

Barnes Thos 

Bell John 

BINKLEY T B 

Ballenger Wm 

BURKE BENJAMIN- 
BABBITT C S 

BURKE W P 

Bucknell R 

Bagley T 

Black John 



Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Chair Maker. 
Bricklayer.... 

Stone Mill 

Stone Mill 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Lumber.., 

Farmer 



Occupation. 



Superintendent. 

Teamster 

Co Assessor 

Farmer 

Milliner 

Teamster 



Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 
Brickmaker . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Carpenter .... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Blacksmith . 



Stage Prop's. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Nursery 

Miller 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Minister 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place op Business. 



Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley 

Cobb Valley 

Kelsey Creek 

Big Valley 

Coal Creek , 

Coal Creek 

Kelsey Creek 

Kelsey Creek , 

Cobb MtMill 

Middle Creek 

Clover Creek 

Middle Creek 

Middle Creek , 

Middle Creek 

Middle Creek 

Clover Creek 

Paradise Valley.... 
Paradise Valley.... 
Knoxville Road... 

Main Co Road 

Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 



Lakeport 

Tail Holt Valley. 
Main Street 



Adams Ranch, 
Middletown.... 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Kelsey Creek- 
Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley... 



Main Co Road. 
Boggs Road.... 



Cobb Valley 

Cobb Valley 

Cobb Valley 

Mt Spring Ranch.. 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Little Borax Lake. 

Kelsey Creek 

Kelsey Creek , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Lake Shore 



Bachelor Valley.... 
Bachelor Valley.... 
Bachelor Valley.... 
Bachelor Valley.... 

Lake Shore 

Denison Toll Road. 
Upper Lake 



Residence. 



5 m SE Lakeport 

2£ m SE Lakeport 

5 m NW Lakeport 

18 m SE Lakeport 

8 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

9£ m SE Lakeport 

9£ m SE Lakeport 

22 m SE Lakeport 

13£ m NW Lakeport.. 
llj m NW Lakeport.. 

13 m NW Lakeport 

12£ m NW Lakeport.. 
12£ m NW Lakeport.. 
12| m NW Lakeport.. 

12 m N Lakeport , 

9.356 m E Lakeport... 
9.710 m E Lakeport.... 

26 m E Lakeport 

30 m SE Lakeport 

28 m SE Lakeport 

31 m SE Lakeport 

27 m SE Lakeport 

High St 

Lake St 

Lake St , 

1 m from Bartlett Sps. 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Young Street , 

45 m S Ukiah 

32 m S Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport , 

4 m SE Lakeport , 

10 m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

7£ m SE Lakeport.- 

4 m SE Lakeport 

2 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport 

5 m NW Lakeport 

1 m NW Lakeport 

6 m NW Lakeport 

20 m SE Lakeport 



18 m SE Lakeport.... 
18 m SE Lakeport.... 
18 m SE Lakeport.... 
14 m SE Lakeport.... 

5 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport.... 
9 m SE Lakeport...... 

8 m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

2rj m N Lakeport 

lf^m NW Lakeport. 
1^ m NW Lakeport . 
£ m NW Lakeport..., 

14 m NW Lakeport. 

15 m NW Lakeport. 

14 m NW Lakeport., 

15 m NW Lakeport.. 

11 m NW Lakeport.. 
15 m NW Lakeport.. 

12 m NW Lakeport.. 



Town or 
PostOpfice 



Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Glenbrook. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown . 
Middletown. 
Point Arena. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 

Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 



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Name. 



Barnett A. 

Barton Thos 

Billings C O..... 

Bucknell GM , 

Bucknell Mrs Elizabeth.. 

Bradley John W .... 

Baker J C ... 

Bond Henry..... , 

Bond Thos ... 

Barnes W A....: 

Burger TB.... 

Bradford G W 

Brooks D L... a 

BUTLER S G 

Bynum S 

BACCU3 J B Jr 

BARRY CAPT S 

Bynum T 

BARTLETT GREEN- 

Bartlett H J & Son 

BROWN & LONG.. 

BROWN O W 

Bartlett B 

BRAMER J S 

Butler M ..... 

Blann "Wm 

Blann G 

Brown Harris ism. 

Berry WP 

Brain ard K S 

Boone J T ., 

Borroughs J N 

Carson Lindsey.. 

Cox J 

Clarke P C «• 

Chapman Mrs Annie .< 

Casebeer J W; 

Christie Wm A. 

Christie Wm 

Cole Jesse . 

Clendenin Saul 

Carley S 

Crawford Woods 

Cutler Cyrus..... 

Cooper H J.... , 

Carpenter S..... 

CookG H... 

Cornwall MM. . 

Coombs SC. 

CorrellP L 

Cogswell Wellington....... 

Crabtree T B 

Cassidy R..... 

Cady Wm R 

OUSTER WM..... 

Chamberlain P B 

Carson John W 

Copenger Patrick 

Callahan Wm 

Chandon Chas. 

CoxTH 

OOX O M..... 

OHRISMAN JAS 

Copsey Theodore 

Copsey John.. 

OAPPS JOHN S 

Chapman C B 

Crumptori C J.. 

Collings W R 

Cox J B 

Collins John M 

Carmon W G 



Occupation. Place or Business. Residence 



Farmer. ........ 

Farmer.. 

Carpenter...... 

Farmer.. .;..... 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Farmer.. 

Farmer... ., 

Farmer......... 

Butcher 

Stock Dealer . 
Farmer......... 

Farmer.. 

Farmer 

Banker ;. 

Publisher. 

Carpenter 

Deputy Clerk. 

Hotel 

Saloon...... 

Hotel. 

Hotel 

Saloon....;...... 

Merchant 

Shoemaker. ... 



Teamster 

Road Master 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Physician;.... 

Minister 

Farmer. 

Laborer ....... 

Farmer 

Dairyman..... 
Farmer.....;.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Upholsterer .. 

Attorney.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer...... .. 

Blacksmith... 

Farmer .. 

Farmer........ 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer .. 

Farmer..... ... 

Carpenter..... 



Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer........ 

Farmer 

Farmer........ 

Farmer........ 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer. 

Carpenter.... 
Physician..... 

Laborer 

Machinist. 

Farmer , 

Farmer........ 



Middle Creek 

Cloyer Creek.......... 

Borax Springs.... 

Lake Shore 

Lake Shore............ 

Lake Shore ; 

Lodi Spring Valley. 
Morgan Valley....... 

Morgan Valley....... 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Main Co Road 

Loconoma Valley.... 
Loconoma Valley.... 

Court House ;.... 

Second and E... ....... 



Court House. 



JmW Bartlett Sps... 
Main Street 



12 m NW Lakeport. 
12 m N Lakeport.... 
35 m N Lakeport — 
10£ m NE Lakeport. 
15£ m NE Lakeport. 
17 m NE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport... 
32 m SE Lakeport... 
32 m SE Lakeport... 
34 m SE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 

Forbes Street 

Main Street 

Forbes Street 

Forbes Street 

Bartlett Springs 



i m W Bartlett Sps 

Lake Street .-», 

Lake Street 

Main Street ., 



Harbin Springs. 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville 

Big Valley 

Big Valley.. 

Big Valley 

Rincon 

Main Co Road. . 
Main Co Road. . 
Main Co Road.. 
Scott Valley.... 
Scott Valley.... 
Lake Shore 



Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Cobb Valley 

Lake Shore 

Lake Shore 

Bachelor Valley 

Upper Lake 

Middle Creek 

Clover Creek 

Upper Lake Valley. 

Toll House 

Gravelly Valley 

E side Lake.. 

Lake Shore.... 



Morgan Valley.... 
Morgan Valley.... 
Morgan Valley...., 
Enoxville Road... 
Copsey Valley...., 
Copsey Valley...., 
Loconoma Valley. 

Lakeport 

Lakeport 

Loconoma Valley. 

G W Q Mines 

Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 



Main and Lincoln 

33 m SE Lakeport 

Third Street 

Third Street 

5 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

10 m SE Lakeport 

10 m SE Lakeport 

1 m SE Lakeport 

4£ m SE Lakeport 

4^ m SE Lakeport 

3 m NW^Lakeport 

2 m NW Lakeport 

Joining Lakeport N... 

fmNW Lakeport 

2J m NW Lakeport... 

7 m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

21 m SE Lakeport..... 
l£ m NW Lakeport... 
4 J m NW Lakeport... 
12£ m NW Lakeport. 
9|mNW Lakeport... 
18 m NW Lakeport... 
10£ m NW Lakeport., 
ll| m NW Lakeport., 
15 m NW Lakeport... 

35 m NW Lakeport... 
14 m NE Lakeport.... 

8 m NE Lakeport 

11 m NE Lakeport..... 

36 m E Lakeport 

38 m E Lakeport 

38 m E Lakeport 

27 m E Lakeport....... 

27 m SE Lakeport. ... 

27 m SE Lakeport..... 

32 m SE Lakeport 

Main street 

Forbes Street , 

33 m SE Lakeport , 

34 m SE Lakeport , 

30 m SE Lakeport , 

30 m SE Lakeport , 



Town or 
Post Office 



Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown . 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Guenoc. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Glenbrook. 
LakepOrt. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Pomo. 

Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



75 



Name. 



CODY JEF 

Conaway Jos 

Cassidy Edward 

Charmark H 

CoxJL 

COOPER PROF O A... 

Chapman Mrs S B 

Coffman Mrs L K 

COOPER MRS C A 

COOK & McCONATHY 

COOK J R 

COHN & CHARMAK.. 

COHN H ..... 

CHARMAK LOUIS 

Compton H M 

Clendenin W P 

Castellaw TL 

Caswell H 

Cunningham Wm 

Cowden Jas 

Chamberlain J 

Crigler J C 

Crabtree Thos 

Davis D D 

Dunivan Daniel 

Drollinger S D 

Denney J P 

Demming Theo 

Daggett J M 

Doty A J 

Davee Z C 

Dorn Max 

Dunn David 

Doty J W 

Donalson A B 

DENISON J M 

DEWELL BENJ 

DowellJ "W ... 

Dearing J H 

DEARING J A 

Davenport A E 

Davis B S 

Dodson Dr WBH 

Dye Thos 

Davis C E 

Denison M L 

Davis J M 

Dunham Seth 

Downes Dr J S 

Dennison T 

Day E M 

Emerson S E 

Evett WH 

England RJ 

England J C. 

Elliott W B 

Elliott Thos 

Exen John 

Ebbinghausen Frank 

ENGLISH C H 

Everett J W 

Eakle J C 

ELBRIDGE JAS 

EVANS L 

Elippen W J 

Fees J W 

Frisbee JN 

Foutch Jas M , 

Francis Wm M 

Fritts H E 

Ford T W 

Fordyce J E 



Occupation. 



Stock Dealer 

Barber 

Hotel 

Merchant 

Justice of Peace 
Teacher 



Teacher 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchants .... 

Merchant 

Merchant , 

Wheelwright. 

Merchant 

Engineer 

Miner 

Blacksmith.. . 

Butcher , 

Hostler 

Merchant 

Blacksmith... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer , 

Carpenter 

Druggist 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Lumber Dealer. 

Miner 

Physician 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer. , 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Co Treasurer 

Bar Eoom 

Cabinetmaker... 

Stove Store 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser , 



Place or Business. 



Middletown. 
Middletown 
Middletown. 
Main Street. 
Kelseyville.. 



Main 
Main 

Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 



Street- 
Street. 
Street- 
Street.. 
Street- 
Street. 
Street.. 



Main Street., 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Big Valley.. 
Big Valley.. 



Scott's Creek.. 
Scott's Valley. 
Cobb Mt Mill , 



Lower Lake Eoad. 

Coal Creek 

Eincon 

Bachelor Valley... 

Middle Creek. 

Middle Creek 

Middle Creek 



Morgan Valley 

Huntington Valley. 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville ... 

Middletown 

Eound Valley , 

Main Street 

Loconoma Valley... 

Cobb Mountain 

Main Street 



Big Valley 

Coal Creek 

Coal Creek 

Clover Creek....... 

Clover Creek 

Pine Mountain 

Hunting Valley ... 
Loconoma Valley. 

Court House 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Scott's Valley 

Scott's Vallev 

Pleasant Grove.... 

Cobb Valley 

Bachelor Valley... 

Middle Creek 

TuleLake , 

Gravelly Valley... 



Eesidence. 



32 m SE Lakeport. 
32 m SE Lakeport. 
32 m SE Lakeport. 
32 m SE Lakeport. 
Kelseyville 



Main Street. 



Sixth Street. 



San Francisco, 
Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 
Main Street .... 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Main Street 



Main Street. 



7 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport. 

lOmNW Lakeport.., 

9 m NW Lakeport.... 

3 m NW Lakeport.... 
22 m SE Lakeport 

4 m NW Lakeport 

8 m SE Lakeport 

10 m SE Lakeport...., 

7 m SE Lakeport 

12 m NW Lakeport... 

11 m NW Lakeport... 
11m NW Lakeport.... 
11 m. NW Lakeport.., 



37 m SE Lakeport 

37 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport...... 

7 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

32 m SE Lakeport.... 

60 m NW Ukiah 

Upper Lake 

28 m SE Lakeport.... 
25m SE Lakeport.... 

Main Street 

Duell's Addition 

Lake Street — 

7 m NW Lakeport.... 

6 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

10£ m NW Lakeport. 
10£ m NW Lakeport. 
19 m NE Lakeport.. .. 

38 m E Lakeport 

26 m SE Lakeport 

1\ m N Lakeport 

Third Street 

Main Street 



6 m NW Lakeport 

4 \ m NW Lakeport... 
3 m NW Lakeport.... 

20 m SE Lakeport 

13 m NW Lakeport .. 
\\\ m NW Lakeport. 
10 m NW Lakeport... 
35 m NW Lakeport... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
San Fran cisco 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Colusa. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Covelo. 
Upper Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Knoxville. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Potter Valley 



76 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



Name. 



FLOYD R S 

Ford 

Ford 

FRASER JOHN K. 

Friend A J 

Fuqua Thomas 

Fuqua Jacob 

Farris Young 

FARMER R D 

FaullJT 

Frazier M L 

Fritch Wm 

Fox John 

FORBES WM 

Fitch E 

Frazier J A 

FiskK 

FOX S 

FORD E 

Farley G 

Griffitts John 

GardDG 

Gaddy Robt 

Gully A J 

GOODWIN CHAS. 

GRAHAM E A 

Graham Hiram 

Groves S J 

Green B D 

Gessner Wm 

Gully SG 

Goodin Jos B.. 

Goodin J J 

GUINNAR L 

GORDON WM 

GARD GEO W 

Gardner Jas , 

GILBERT JACOB .. 

Green Benjamin T 

Green Wm 

GLINES O H 

Glines JH 

Gurnnip J N 

Gentry Joseph 

Grime Cicero 

Greenfield Bros , 

Greenfield J B 

Greenfield W C 

Good John 

GardIM 

GREENE N E 

Greene Albert 

Gard Jacob 

Greene T J 

Gard Levi 

GardWM 

Gregg T 

Gully Bev WT 

GREENE W W 

Gully F 

GTJRNETT L 

Gattrell J & Co 

Gattrell AT..... 

GOLDSMITH W O , 
GETZ J «& BROS.... 

GETZ S 

GETZ M 

GETZ MARCUS 

Hammack R J 

Hammack Mrs E A 

Hughs John 

Hall Albert 



Occupation. 



Amusement 

Sheep Raiser 

Sheep Raiser 

Capt Steamboat- 
Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Miner 

Mail Contractor 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Wheelwright 

Painter 

Mail Carrier 

Hotel 

NorfolkSt Stable 
KearsargeSaloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Blue Lake House 



Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ... 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Machine Agent- 
Farmers 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Painter 



Laborer 

Dentist .... 

Teamster 

Indian Agent.... 

Farmer 

Minister 

Greene's Hotel... 

Clerk 

Blacksmith 

Hotel 

Postmaster 

Saloon 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 



Place of Business 



Cape Floyd. 



Clear Lake 

Morgan Valley. 
Morgan Valley. 
Morgan Valley, 



Loconoma Valley 

Middletown 

Main Street 

Loconoma Valley 

Road N Lower Lake. 
Main Street 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Calistoga and Young. 



Big Valley 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Lower Blue Lake. 
Lower Blue Lake. 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Lake Shore 

Lake Shore 



Cobb Valley 

Big Valley 

Upper Lake Valley... 

Bachelor Valley 

Middle Creek 

Deer Valley 

E side of Lake 

E side of Lake 

Knoxville Road 

Morgan Valley , 

1 m S Lower Lake.... 

Spring Valley 

Spring Valley 

Spring Valley 

Road N Lower Lake. 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville , 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville.... 



Main Street ... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

16 m NW Lakeport. 
16 m NW Lakeport. 



Main Street. 
Main Street . 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Big Valley- 
Big Valley. . 
Big Valley.. 
Rincon , 



Residence. 



9 m NE Lakeport , 

11 m NE Lakeport.... 

11 m NE Lakeport .... 
Lakeport 

35 m E Lakeport 

36 m E Lakeport 

36 m E Lakeport 

3 m E Lakeport , 

40 m SE Lakeport 

32 m SE Lakeport 

Upper Lake 

27 m SE Lakeport 

30 m SE Lakeport 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

Third Street , 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

Calistoga and Young.. 
Calistoga Street 

4 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

12£m NW Lakeport. 

12 m NW Lakeport... 
5 m NW Lakeport.... 

2 m NW Lakeport 

2 m NW Lakeport 

m W Lakeport 

1\ m N Lakeport 

2J m N Lakeport 

18 m SE Lakeport 

20 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

15 m NW Lakeport... 
11 m NW Lakeport... 
12J m NW Lakeport. 
21J m NW Lakeport.. 
14 m NE Lakeport.... 

13 mNE Lakeport 

28 m E Lakeport , 

35 m SE Lakeport 

26 m SE Lakeport 

32 m SE Lakeport 

32 m SE Lakeport 

32 m SE Lakeport 

30 m SE Lakeport 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



High Street. 



Main Street 

Duell's Addition. 

Main Street 

Witter Springs... 
Witter Springs... 



Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

5 m SE Lakeport.. 
5 m SE Lakeport... 
10 m SE Lakeport. 
9 m SE Lakeport.., 



Town or 
Post Office 



Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake, 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Upper Lake, 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake, 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake, 
Lower Lake 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Glenbrook. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Witter Sps. 
Witter Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



77 



Name. 



Hunt Wm 

Hunt Chas H 

Henderson Mrs E 

HallS N 

Hall Samuel 

Hardy Henry 

Hamilton Wm 

Hendricks GB 

Hendricks J J 

Hubbard I 

Henderson Lewis 

HILDRETH W H 

Hildreth AF 

Hildreth L S 

Hammack W H 

Huston J M 

Huston W B 

Huston J H 

HARRIS "WM 

HOWARD J B 

Hignight Saul 

HARROW N W 

Helms W 

Humphrey H A 

Helms I 

Helms Saml C 

HERRIOK H N 

Herndon F M , 

Herndon W H '. 

Hutchinson Wm 

Herndon N 

Herndon Lafayette 

Harbin W A 

Hill A 

Harbin J C 

Harris Mrs TM , 

Hibbard Chas , 

Harrington D 

HaytenThos 

Hughes A B 

Hotaling Mrs C K 

Hammack Mrs E A 

Houx Mrs I F 

Hoppin John E 

HANSON J F 

Huntington , 

HAGANS E B 

HAGANS E B & CO. 

Hammer C 

HazellH 

HARRIS T N 

HAMES THOS 

Hamilton J J , 

Ingram J C W 

Ivancovich J 

Ingram James 

Joslin A P 

Jones Jno 

Jones C W 

Johnson J W 

Jones Wm 

Job Henry 

Johnson Moses 

Johnson Wm 

Johnson R 

Johnson Mathew 

Jones J W 

Johnston John 

Johnson E E 

Jamison JH 

James W M 

JACOBUS JOHN ..'..'! 



Farmer 

Superintendent .. 

Engineer 

Refiner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ... , 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Lumber Dealer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Bookkeeper. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Teamster 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Farmer 

Board Maker.... 

Carpenter 

School Teacher. 



Farmer 



Constable 

Farmer 

Miner 

Pro. Stage Line 
Pros. Stage Line 
Brewer 



Hotel 

Saloon 

Teamster 

County Sheriff... 

Druggist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Shingle Maker... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Brickmaker 

Farmer 

Superintendent .. 
Wagonmaker.... 



Place of Business. 



Scott Valley- 
Scott Valley.. 
Big Valley.... 
Kelsey Creek. 
Kelsey Creek. 
Lake Shore ... 



Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Big Valley 

Little Borax Lake... 
Little Borax Lake... 
Little Borax Lake... 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Bachelor Valley 

Bachelor Valley 

Middle Creek 

Clover Creek 

Morrison's Landing. 
Lake Shore 



J m E Lower Lake. 

Knoxville Road 

Knoxville Road 

Soda Creek 



Foot Cobb Mountain. 

G W Q Mines... 

Loconoma Valley 

Guenoc 

Loconoma Valley 

Cobb Mountain 

Kelseyville 

Kelseyville 



5 m SE Lakeport 



Long Valley. 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Court House 

Main Street 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley 

Big Valley 

Pine Mountain , 

Upper Lake Valley. 

Clover Creek 

Clover Creek 

Twin Valley 

Clover Creek 

Clover Creek 

Morgan Valley , 

Knoxville Road 



American Q Mines.. 
Kelseyville 



Residence. 



3£ m NW Lakeport 
3^mNW Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

10 m SE Lakeport... 
10 m SE Lakeport... 
14 m SE Lakeport... 
7 m NW Lakeport .. 
5 m NW Lakeport... 
5 m N W Lakeport..., 



7 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport... 
12m SE Lakeport... 
12 m SE Lakeport... 

6 m SE Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

5? m SE Lakeport... 

8 m SE Lakeport 

16 m NW Lakeport. 
16 m NW Lakeport. 
12 m NW Lakeport. 
14 m NW Lakeport 

10 m NE Lakeport... 

11 m KE Lakeport.. 
16 m NW Lakeport. 

26 m E Lakeport 

27 m E Lakeport 

27 m E Lakeport 

31 m SE Lakeport... 
26 m E Lakeport 

26 m E Lakeport 

24 m SE Lakeport... 
34 m SE Lakeport... 

27 m SE Lakeport... 

30 m SE Lakeport... 

31 m SE Lakeport... 
34 m SE Lakeport... 
Third Street ,. 



5 m SE Lakeport. 
High and Fifth.... 
Bartlett Springs.... 
25 m E Lakeport. 



Brooklyn , 



Kelsey Road. 
Kelsey Road. 
Main Street... 
Main Street.., 



3J m NW Lakeport. 

Main Street 

5 m SE Lakeport 

2 m SE Lakeport 

2 m SE Lakeport 

4 m NW Lakeport... 

5 m SE Lakeport 

23 m SE Lakeport... 
9 m NW Lakeport... 
12 m NW Lakeport 
12 ni NW Lakeport. 
25 m NE Lakeport.., 

12 m N Lakeport 

12^ m N Lakeport... 

35 m E Lakeport 

27 m E Lakeport 



35 m SE Lakeport. 
Main Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Witter Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Guenoc. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOBY OP 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business, 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Johnson J G 

Knowlton C V........ 

Kennedy R.... ..... 

Keatley T 

KENNEDY H 

Knighten W 

Kesey Wm 

KELLOGG JAS H. 

Kelsay B .'. 

Kelsay Jas 

Kelsay Wm 

Kelsay Mrs P C. .. 

Kelsay John 

Kelsay Mrs Laura 

Kelsay Nathaniel 

Kelsay Alexander.. , 

Kimberlin John 

Kayser F W 

Ketcham E 

Kelsay W T 

Keene Capt . 

KELTING J A 

KincaidHN 

Keller Geo W 

League J M — 

LEVY A 

Logan P F 

LEVINSON A 

LONG M A . 

Lee Geo 

Lawrence R H...... 

Lowe Mrs A 

Lobree David 

Lynch John 

Leach AD 

Lownes Franklin P 

Lyon Geo A 

Lombrer Robt 

Lombrer Geo A 

Lane Wm 

LEAOH J A... 

Long Bryant 

LAMB JOHN RU- 
LING T A 

LEE J M 

LAMB JOHN 

Lampley Philip , 

Lobree David 

Libley S 

Melvin H A ... 

Marble F B 

McMath A 

McMATH A B 

McMath RF 

McOLEAN J M 

Martin Mrs Sarah... 

Medberry A E 

MORRISON SAML. 
McMillen Perry...... ...... 

Morrell A F 

Marble W B 

Marble O P 

McRoe Geo 

Marsh J N 

Murphy J C 

Miller Mrs Jas...... 

McDaniel J 

McDaniel J 

Marsh J W 

McINTXRE CHAS ... 

Marshall Geo W... 

MORLAN THOS 



Teacher 

Painter 

Carpenter... 
Carpenter... 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Postmaster.. 
Blacksmith. 
Farmer...... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Livery 

Carpenter... 

Laborer 

Merchant.... 
Merchant ... 
Carpenter... 
Merchant ... 

Hotel 

Carpenter. .. 



Upper Lake , 



Fourth Street. 
Second Street. 



Long Valley, 



Main Street 

Calistoga Street.... 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley , 

Coal Creek 

Highland Springs. 

Big Valley 

Upper Lake Road., 
Kelseyville 



30 m E Lakeport.... 

Tail Holt Valley 

Lake Street , 

Calistoga Street , 

5 m SE Lakeport.... 
8 m SE Lakeport.... 
8 m SE Lakeport.... 
5 m SE Lakeport.... 
5 m SE Lakeport.... 
5 m SE Lakeport.... 
5 m SE Lakeport.... 
8 m SE Lakeport.... 
3 m NW Lakeport.., 
15 m SE Lakeport.., 
1\ m SE Lakeport.., 
7 m SE Lakeport.... 
6£ m NW Lakeport. 
Main Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street.. 



Main Street. 



Main and Fourth... 

Forbes Street 

Upper Lake House. 

Main Street 

Bartlett Springs 



Teacher 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer......... 

Farmer......... 

Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raiser.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Prop Springs- 
Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Miner 

Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer , 

Farmer 

Miner 

Miner 

M E Minister., 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Calistoga Street.. 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Blue Lake 

Lake Shore 

Dunivan Valley. 
Dunivan Valley. 

Coal Creek 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley , 

4 m SW Kelsey. 

Rincon , 

E side Lake 

Cobb Mountain.. 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Gravelly Valley. 



Gravelly Valley 

Gravelly Valley 

Gravelly Valley.. 

Middle Creek 

Middle Creek 

Lake Shore 

Morrison's Landing... 

Morgan Valley 

Hunting Valley 

Little Geysers 



Loconoma Valley. 
Coyote Valley 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer 
Farmer , 



Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 
Coal Valley Road. 
Mt Spring Ranch., 
Trian Ranch 



Lake Street , 

Lake Street 

Calistoga Street 

9 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

15 m NW Lakeport , 

6 m NW Lakeport .. 

8 m SE Lakeport 

8 m SE Lakeport 

10 m SE Lakeport.... 

7 m SE Lakeport..... 

4 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport..... 
7£ m SE Lakeport.... 

8m SE Lakeport 

10 m NE Lakeport... 
23 m SE Lakeport.... 

Main Street 

32 m SE Lakeport.... 
35 mN Lakeport...... 



35 m N Lakeport.. 
35 m N Lakeport.., 
35 m N Lakeport... 

13 m N Lakeport.. 

14 m N Lakeport.., 
9 m NE Lakeport . 
9 m NE Lakeport. 



4 m E Lakeport. 



Kelseyville 

24 m SE Lakeport. 
35 m SE Lakeport. 

Kelseyville 

33 m SE Lakeport. 
33 m SE Lakeport. 
24 m SE Lakeport. 

13 m SE Lakeport. 

14 m SE Lakeport. 
18 m SE Lakeport. 



Upper Lake 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake, 
Lower Lake 
Bartlett Sps, 
Lower Lake 
Middletown . 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake, 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown . 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Potter Valley 
Middletown. 
Gravelly Val 
Gravelly Val 
Gravelly Val 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake 
Lakeport. * 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Dodgeville. 
Dodgeville. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Guenoc. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



79 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Morlan E 

Morlan Geo 

Mills Chas 

Mills DE 

Mills WH 

McNeill Nelson 

McCorkle John 

MATHAS THOS 

McORAY W L 

McCarty AP 

Mason Albert 

Minstrell G W 

Miller A F 

Merritt R D 

Mathews Robt 

McCarty D Q 

McCarty Henry.. 

McCarty Miss N B 

Maxwell TP Sr 

Maxwell T P Jr 

Martin John R 

Manlove W H 

Middleton R G 

Manning Mitchell 

Manning Thos 

McGregor J 

McCullough R 

McClintock J T 

McCabeP T 

McCabe W B 

Morrison Zeno 

Moore Joseph 

Mann Leigh 

Marsh R A 

Marshall Andrew 

Marsh Samuel 

Mendenhall Joseph.. 

Mendenhall Saml. 

MITCHELL I N B 

Mitchell Wm H 

Mitchell Jas Andrew ... 

Meredith Mrs Lucy 

Metcalf L C 

MAXWELL J W 

Medberry A E..... 

Mantz J 

Mathews J T ...... 

MATHEWS WRIGHT... 

MAOKALL J W 

MARTIN G T.. 

McOONATHY JAS 

Moore G 

McLEAN D....... 

Miles R F 

McCabe A 

Moore J H 

Miles Jas 

Mather John 

McPARLING & 

SIMMONS 

McFARLING J H 

MAXWELL A 

Neyce J H 

Noel A E 

Nichols L 

Nobles AH 

Newkirk I N..... 

Nutter Geo D 

Nelson F D 

NOBLES S B 

O'BRIEN JOHN 

Ogle Barton 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ...... 

Laborer 

Dairyman.., 
Stage Prop . 
Attorney.... 

Farmer 

Carpenter ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer • ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 
Blacksmith. 
Gardener. ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Tinsmith 

Livery Stable. 

Co Auditor 

Druggist 

Stationery 

Merchant 

Butcher , 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Carpenter 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Miller 



Trian Ranch 

Trian Ranch 

Cobb Valley 

Cobb Valley 

Cobb Valley 

High Valley 

Rincon Valley. .. 
Rincon Valley... 
Willow Springs. 
Lake Shore 



Rincon 

Big Valley. 
Big Valley. 



Upper Lake Roa^. 
Upper Lake Road. 



Clover Creek 

Clover Creek , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley , 

Main Roadto Ukiah. 
Main Road to Ukiah. 

Scott Valley , 

Scott Creek 

Lake Shore 

Kelsey Creek 

Kelsey Creek 



Scott Creek 

Scott Creek 

Bachelor Valley.. 
Bachelor Valley.. 
Mitchell Springs. 
Bachelor Valley- 
Bachelor Valley- 
Clover Creek 

Middle Creek 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Court House 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



18 m SE Lakeport 

18 m SE Lakeport 

20 m SE Lakeport..... 

17 m SE Lakeport 

17 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport 

8 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

11 m SE Lakeport 

lj m N Lakeport 

8 m NW Lakeport.... 

6£ m SE Lakeport 

7| m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport..... 
7 m NW Lakeport.... 
7 m NW Lakeport.... 
7 m NW Lakeport.... 
11 m N Lakeport 

11 m N Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport 

2 m SE Lakeport 

5 m NW Lakeport.... 

4 m NW Lakeport.... 

6 m NW Lakeport.... 

6 m NW Lakeport.... 

7 m NW Lakeport.... 

8 m NW Lakeport..... 
9£ m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

8 m SE Lakeport 

13 m NW Lakeport... 

13 m NW Lakeport... 

12 m. NW Lakeport... 
12£ m NW Lakeport. 
16 m NW Lakeport... 
15 m NW Lakeport .. 

14 m NW Lakeport .. 
11 m NW Lakeport... 
12J m NW Lakeport. 

Forbes and Second 

High Street 

Main Street 

Forbes Street 

Main Street 

Forbes Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Painters 

Painter 

Clerk 

Jeweler 

Dist Attorney ... 
Agt SF WaterCo 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Blacksmith 

Farmer] 

Farmer 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Calistoga Street. 

Main Street 

Court House... . 



Main Street..,,,. 
Calistoga Street. 
Forbes Street — 
Main Street,,,... 



Big Valley 

Scott Valley 

Big Valley 

Gravelly Valley. 

Kelseyville , 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley 



7^ m SE Lakeport... 
7 ra NW Lakeport... 

7 m SE Lakeport 

36 m NW Lakeport. 
Main Street.,,.,..,.... 

8 m SE Lakeport 

3 m NW Lakeport... 



Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook . 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Cloverdale. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper- Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport, 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam, 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Porno. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 



80 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place oe Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Olliver K 

OLSEN CHRISTIAN 

OBROK EDGAR 

Oshea J 

Ormiston T 

Phelan N 

PARISH JAS 

PHILLIBER & McLEAN 

PHILLIBER R 

PinerS M 

PINER O A, 

Piner Stephen 

Pearson Chas 

Pearson B F 

PEARSON W J 

Phillips Luther 

Phillips Jas 

Poe AN 

Pruden Mrs Adelia 

Parsons W H 

Pearkins W H 

Patrick M 

Poole Chester 

Piner G W 

PhelanN 

Phillips C W 

Patten John M 

PARMER HENRY 

Pitney S 

Pitney John 

Post Henry D 

PALMER JASPER 

Penney Thomas 

PrebbleS B 

Paul E M 

Quigley K VS 

Quesenberry M 

Quesenbury Jas 

RADCLIFF WM P 

Runnels Jas 

RUNNELS MARTIN 

Reiff John 

Rice N J 

Ross Guy 

Robinett Geo 

Roman W W 

Reynolds R H 

Reinike John 

Ranson Geo W 

Rankin R A 

Russell Enoch 

Russell Levi 

Russell Milburn 

ROBINSON J B 

ROBBE J W 

Rice J F 

RIGGS E O 

Russell SP 

Ransdell Mrs M E 

Rosebrough J W 

Rippy GC 

Rippy HH 

RAINS JOHN 

Richabough S 

Robison Rufus 

Richabough P 

Reeves Mrs Mertha 

RENFRO J H 

Rice C C 

RIFFE WINCHESTER... 

Riffe Abraham 

Redman D Y 



Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 



Carpenter 

Deputy Sheriff- 
Blacksmith 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Pearson Springs 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 



Mt Spring Ranch, 
Hunting Yalley... 
Morgan Yalley.... 

Lakeport 

Kelseyville 

Court House 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Kelseyville , 

Big Yalley , 

Big Yalley , 

Scott Creek 

Scott Creek , 

Bachelor Yalley.., 

Scott Creek , 

Scott Creek , 



Bookkeeper 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ....... 

Farmer .. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 



County Judge. 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 



Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 



Laborer 

Barkeeper 

Laborer , 

Blacksmith..., 
Wheelwright. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Sawmill 

Farmer , 



Cobb Mt Mill. 
MtMill 



Coal Creek 

Big Yalley 

Big Yalley 

Scott Creek 

Bachelor Yalley. 



Clover Creek 

Clover Creek 

Clover Creek 

Morgan Yalley 

Cache Creek 

Loconoma Yalley. 

Lakeport 

Long Yalley 

CobbMt 

CobbMt 

Clover Creek 

Morgan Yalley 

Morgan Yalley 

Hunting Yalley 



Lakeport 

Copsey Yalley 

Middletown , 

Middletown , 

Middletown , 

Middletown 

Big Yalley 

Scott Yalley 

Scott Yalley , 

Scott Yalley 

Lake Shore 

Oak Corners 

Scott Yalley , 

Scott Creek 

Scott Yalley 

Upper Lake Road. 



Big Yalley 

Big Yalley 

Rincon 

Big Yalley 

Big Yalley 

Big Yalley 

Big Yalley 

Upper Lake Road... 
Upper Lake Yalley. 
Clover Creek 



14 m SE Lakeport. 
40 m E Lakeport .. . 
23 m E Lakeport... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

3 m SE Lakeport... 
Main Street .*. 



Main Street. 



7£ m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

8 m NW Lakeport 

8 m N¥ Lakeport 

13 m NW Lakeport... 

12 m NW Lakeport... 

13 m NW Lakeport... 
6 m NW Lakeport 

6 m NW Lakeport 

22 m SE Lakeport 

15 m SE Lakeport 

16 m SE Lakeport 

11 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport 

13 m NW Lakeport... 

14 m NW Lakeport... 
10 m NW Lakeport... 
ll£ m NW Lakeport. 
ll| m NW Lakeport. 

12 m N Lakeport 

35 m E Lakeport 

26 m E Lakeport 

40 m SE Lakeport 



35 m E Lakeport... 
24 m SE Lakeport. 
24 m SE Lakeport. 
12 m N Lakeport... 
35 m E Lakeport... 
35 m E Lakeport... 
40 m E Lakeport... 
12 m N Lakeport... 



23 m SE Lakeport. 



Calistoga Street 

Calistoga Street 

4 m SE Lakeport.... 
7 m NW Lakeport. 
7 m NW Lakeport. 

7 m NW Lakeport. 

8 m N W Lakeport. 
3 m SE Lakeport.... 
3 m NW Lakeport., 
3 nr W Lakeport.... 

3 m NW Lakeport.. 

4 m r :NW Lakeport., 
16 m SE Lakeport.. 

5 m SE Lakeport.... 

5 m SE Lakeport.... 

7 m SE Lakeport.... 

8 m SE Lakeport.... 
6£ m SE Lakeport.. 
8 m SE Lakeport.... 
7£ m SE Lakeport.. 

6 m NW Lakeport.. 
10 m N Lakeport.... 
12J m N Lakeport.. 



Uncle Sam. 
Knoxville. 
Lower Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Witter Sps. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown- 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 



Middle Creek 



14 m N Lakeport. 



Upper Lako 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



'80 




(([ ^yps» &<&££% ))) "ir 



PROPRIETORS OF A 








FROM CLOYERDALE TO UPPER LAKE, 

Via Lakeport and Kelseyville. 

All of the appointments of this Line are unexceptionable. The Coaches 
are New, Roomy, and are built after the pattern of the Ancient English 
Thoroughbrace Coach. This ensures the Ease and Comfort of Travelers. 

Conducting also a First-Class 




Liyery stalk 



g==^ AT UPPER LAKE, 




These Gentlemen can convey Tourists or Travelers to any point of interest 
at a moment's notice, and at very low rates. They also have 

Teams and Single Horses, Buggies, Carriages and Vehicles 

Of all descriptions for Hire, and can give as perfect satisfaction to parties 
wishing to hire as any Metropolitan Establishment. 

We Furnish Good Conveyances at Reasonable Prices. "^^gjff 

GRAHAM & McCRAY. 



*81 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 




iver 




^ 



© 







FINE STYLISH "TURN-OUTS" 

For Eoad Driving, and Heavier Vehicles for Mountain Traveling. 
Single Horses or Teams always at the command of those desiring to hire, 
together with Conveyances to suit any taste. 




i%m ■@js # 



pOR 



08 fflmfflEl* 



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@$ Q&IMT* 



WITH SADDLES AND TRAPPINGS NEW AND NEAT 



Particular Attention given to Transient Horses. 

Horses Boarded on Most Reasonable Terms. 



Parties conveyed to any portion of the country quickly and at reasonable 
figures. The public is hereby invited to call, examine, and test our Stock. 

; Proprietor. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



81 



Name. 



A A. 



BITCHIE 

Boss G 

KussellJ M 

RICHARDS J • 

Kice Wm 

REYNOLDS DR R G.... 

KadecliffWP 

Rayburn Geo 

ROWE W F 

Boot Prof J K 

Reynolds M L 

Koman W W 

Kawson G W 

Sturdivant Mrs Kebecca 

Sitton W P 

Shirley J E 

Stutt Jas 

Scott Win 

Shader Wm 

Sackett Mrs Maria 

Scudamore G 

Sallee Chas 

Stevens John C 

Snyder Wilson S 

Sacry Benjamin 

SMITH ROBT O 

SMITH J H 

Sigle John 

Shaul Benj F 

Shau.1 Geo 

ShattuckD P 

Sweikert Casper 

Shirley Jas 

STANLEY S 

Stanley J M 

STONEBRAKER W M 

Slocum A A...., 

SOUTHER O N 

Spencer J C 

Smith Wilburn 

SHATTUCK D O 

Shepard M 

Snead T J 

Shults J J 

Sleeper J M 

SmithRN 

Showman G W 

Steiff F 

SellarsJA 

Sleeper D , 

Sleeper Capt M 

Stroup 

Stroup Jacob 

Stroup N 

Shelton Chas 

Sleeper Thomas 

Stubbs C 

Schnell Henry 

SnowS B 

Snow 

Snow 

Snow Mrs 

Shinn J T 

STUART S L 

Stuart J M 

SLOTTERBEK CHAS.. 

Simmons L G 

SCUDAMORE, 

REYNOLDS & CO 
SCUDAMORE G 

Sigler Josiah 

Shore Gilbert 



Teamster 

Barber 

Farmer 

Physician 

Witter Hotel 

Waiter 

Farmer 

Musician 

Speculator 

Mining Broker... 

Wheelwright 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Farmer 



Main Street. 



Main Street , 

16 m NW Lakeport. 



Long Valley. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Brewer 

Farmer 

Logging 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Prop'r Soda Bay 

Farmer ..... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer .. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Sawyer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Calistoga Street.... 
Calistoga Street... 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Rincon 

Big Valley 

Scott Valley 

Blue Lake House. 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley....... 

Scott Valley 

Scott Creek 



Sawmill... 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stone-Mason 

Dentist 

Carpenter 

Gunsmith 

Saloon 



Drugs & M'dse. 

Merchant 

Blacksmith 

Saloon 



Coyote Valley. 



Cobb Valley 

Cobb Mountain Mill. 
Lower Lake Road .... 
Lower Lake Road.... 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 



Rincon 

Rincon 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Soda Bay , 

Lake Shore 

Bachelor Valley. 
Bachelor Valley. 
Bachelor Valley. 
Bachelor Valley. 
Clover Valley.... 



Upper Lake 

Upper Lake 

Middle Creek... 
Middle Creek .. 
Middle Creek.... 
Pine Mountain . 
Pine Mountain. 
Pine Mountain. 
Scott Creek , 



Lake View Road 
Hunting Valley.. 
Cache Creek 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 

Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Residence. 



35 m SE Lakeport. 

Forbes Street 

Welch's Addition.. 
Greene's Hotel 



Main Street 

Witter Springs. 



35 m E Lakeport. 



Main Street 

Calistoga Street. 



4£ m SE Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

m SE Lakeport 

18 m SE Lakeport 

l£ m SE Lakeport 

4| m NW Lakeport .. 
12 J m NW Lakeport. 
4 m NW Lakeport 

4 m NW Lakeport 

3£ m NW Lakeport... 

m NW Lakeport 

5 m SW Lakeport .... 

1 m NW Lakeport 

22 m SE Lakeport 

22 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport 

7 m E Lakeport 

5 m SE Lakeport 

| m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

6 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

m SE Lakeport 

f m N Lakeport 

14 m NW Lakeport.., 

15 m NW Lakeport... 
15 m NW Lakeport.. 



11£ m NW Lakeport. 

11 m NW Lakeport .. 
28 m NE Lakeport.... 
10 m NW Lakeport... 
11 J m NW Lakeport. 

12 m NW Lakeport... 
12 m NW Lakeport... 
12 m NW Lakeport... 
19m NE Lakeport.... 
19 m NE Lakeport... 
19 m NE Lakeport.... 
12 m NW Lakeport... 



13 m NE Lakeport. 
38 m E Lakeport.... 
28 m E Lakeport..., 
26 m E Lakeport.... 
26 m E Lakeport..., 
26 m E Lakeport.... 

Fifth Street 

High and Sixth 



Main Street., 
Main Street. 



Scott Valley. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Guenoe. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Witter Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Gienbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Knoxville. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 

Upper Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 



11 



82 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Smith John 

SMITH JAS 

Stuart T¥ 

SIMMONS F B 

Stanley J R 

Smith & Crigler 

Steinhart N E 

Sacry Geo M 

Steaven C H 

SoperT 

Soper T C 

Soper J H 

Stevens J Q 

Springston D 

Swan BE 

Springston Mrs Mary 

Smith Josiah 

Sacre C W 

SpehrP 

Stith Newton 

Stark John S 

Stark Lafayette 

Smith Pleasant 

Strode J M 

Snow G H 

Snow M M 

Snow Mary Mrs 

Slater J W 

Scale John 

Smith TH 

Thompson W N 

Thompson J L 

Tryon J 

Thompson Wra B 

Trailor E C 

Turiggs Chas 

Thompson Mrs Louisa 

Thompson Mrs S T E 

Townsend Emery 

Thompson J 

TAYLOR WM 

THOMPSON S S 

Tucker Geo 

THOMPSON J J 

Turner Kev W S 

Tucker S E 

Taylor D T 

Thompson D V 

TALLMAN R O 

Townsend W S 

Thompson Reuben 

Taylor 

TullN H 

TowleT E 

Thompson R L 

Tate A E 

Taylor J H 

Thomas Wm 

TULL N 

TAYLOR J H 

TUCKER WM 

TUCKER, BROWN 

& LONG 

Travis W 

Thompson S H 

Thap L 

Tremper Van 

Tremper L B 

Thumason E H 

Towle C E 

Turner Jas ' 

Tibbett Oscar 



Merchant 

Stage Prop 

Wood Dealer 

Painter 

Asst Postmaster 

Merchants.'. 

Clerk 

Merchant 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Clerk 



Main Street. 



Tail Holt Valley- 
Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Calistoga Street 

Lakeport 

Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 
Loconoma Valley. 
Cobb Mountain.,.. 



1 m Bartlett Springs. 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 



Calistoga Street. 



31 m SE Lakeport. 
31 m SE Lakeport. 
31 m SE Lakeport. 
31 m SE Lakeport. 
25 m SE Lakeport. 



CobbMt 

Kelseyville.. 
Middletown 



25 m SE Lakeport. 

Main Street 

Calistoga Street 



Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Stone Mason... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ,. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Blacksmith...., 
Co Surveyor... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Ranch .. 

Laborer 

Wheelwright.. 

Hotel 

Saloon 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Wagonmaker. 
Hotel Prop — 
Merchant 



Merchants ., 

Farmer 

Carpenter... 

Farmer 

Restaurant. 
Blacksmith 
Laborer 



Middletown 

Coyote Valley , 

Coyote Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Seigler Creek 

1 m S Lower Lake., 
1 m S Lower Lake.. 
1 m S Lower Lake.. 

Burnes Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Chalk Bank 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley , 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 



Lake Shore 

CobbMt Mill 

Highland Springs 

Oak Corners 

Big Valley 

Rincon 

Big Valley 

Big Valley 

Bachelor Valley , 

Upper Lake 

Clover Creek 

Clover Creek 

Little Squaw Valley. 

Soda Creek 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Kelseyville 

Main Street 



Main Street 

Bartlett Springs. 

Bartlett Springs. 
Long Valley 



Main Street 

35 m SE Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 
25 m SE Lakeport... 
27 m SE Lakeport... 
27 m SE Lakeport... 

27 m SE Lakeport... 

30 m SE Lakeport... 

28 m SE Lakeport... 
25 m SE Lakeport... 

4 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

11 m SE Lakeport... 
4£ m SE Lakeport... 

5 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport..... 

6 m NW Lakeport... 

5 m N W Lakeport .. 
22 m SE Lakeport..., 
7^ m SE Lakeport..., 

3 m SE Lakeport 

| m SE Lakeport 

11 m SE Lakeport... 

6 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

13 m NW Lakeport. 

10 m NW Lakeport., 
11m NW Lakeport.. 

11 m NW Lakeport. 
33 m N Lakeport 

31 m SE Lakeport..., 

12 m N Lakeport 

Kelseyville , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Tail Holt Valley. 

Main Street 

Kelsey Road 



29 m E Lakeport 

Brooklyn 

1 m from Bartlett Sps. 

Main Street 

Kelsey Road 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 



Kelseyville 

Loconoma Valley. 
Main Co Road 



Main Street 

23 m SE Lakeport. 
27 m SE Lakeport. 



Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake, 
Guenoc. 
Middletown. 
Lakeport. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Bartlett Sps. 

Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Uncle Sam. 
Middletown. 
Lower Lake. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



83 



Name. 



Turner C 

Tremper L B 

Tremper Jas 

Veite David 

VannFL 

WELSH S K 

Winchester Mrs M 

WILLIAMS M W.... 

Wallace Louis 

Waller John 

Woolley Mrs E 

Wilson B P 

WUESTCOTT R 

Witter DrD 

Woodburn D F 

WALLS B 

Weston Mrs L... 

Wormwood Mrs C M 

Willey Mrs E 

Winchester H 

Wilson HH 

WARDLAW B B 

Washburn Nelson 

Welty S 

Welty J 

Waterman M 

WATTENBARGER O G 

Wainscoat J B 

WHEELOCK J B 

Warn bold Henry 

Watenberger A 

WELTY LEWIS A 

WALKER GEO W 

Williams G A 

Wallen Ezra 

■WHITE AARON 

Whiting E 

WELLS FRANK 

Wood S 

Wilcox A W 

Waller W 

Wilson Absalom 

Wood Joseph 

Wise George 

White R P 

Waldfocal Martin 

Woodley Mrs Elizabeth 

Walker G W 

WelshD 

Walker HL 

Wilson Solomon 

Wilson C L 

WOODS JAS L 

Wood W B 

Wells HB 

Wilkinson Jos M 

Wilkinson L 

Williams J C 

Weed Franklin 

WhiteGH 

Wilkerson L 

Wood GM 

Wells John 

Wells Jackson 

Whitton W T 

Whitton JM 

Yates 

Yates J G 

YOUNG O M 

Young E R 

Young M N 

Young L A 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Farmer 

Blacksmith... 

Farmer 

Farmer. , 

Stock Raiser. 
Attorney 



Seigler Creek. 
Main Street.... 



Shoe Store 

Co School Supt. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Engineer 

Witter Springs. 

Postmaster 

Hotel 



Blacksmith 

Civil Engineer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Machinist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Engineer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Superintendent .. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser- 
Stock Raiser.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Minister 

Boat Builder. 



1 m E Lower Lake 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

Court House 

Main and Bartlett 

Duell's Addition 

Main Street 

Main Street 

16 m NW Lakeport. 



Main Street- 



Main Street. 



Farmer , 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Restaurant..., 

Saloon , 

Laborer 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Hotel 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Livery 

Farmer 

Machinist...., 
Farmer 



Big Valley 

Big Valley . 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Creek 

Lower Blue Lake.... 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Mountain Mill 

Cobb Valley 

Coal Creek 

Lost Spring Ranch.. 

Mountain Mill 

Cobb Valley 

Coal Creek 

Big Valley 

Rincon 

Rincon 

Bachelor Valley 

Bachelor Valley 

Bachelor Valley 

Clover Creek 

Clover Creek 

Middle Creek 

Gravelly Valley 

Squaw Valley 

Clover Creek 

| m E Lower Lake.. 

Kelseyville 

Lakeport 

Lakeport 

Main County Road.. 
Loconoma Valley.... 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Middletown. 

Middletown 

Putah Creek 

Loconoma Valley.... 
Loconoma Valley.... 

Adams Springs 

Adams Springs 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



25 m SE Lakeport. 
Lower Lake , 

25 m SE Lakeport. 

26 m E Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport. 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

Duell's Addition. 
Main Street 



Witter Springs. 
Main Street , 



Main Street 

Brooklyn 

Main Street 

l£ m W Lakeport. 



6 m SE Lakeport , 

l^mSE Lakeport 

4 mNW Lakeport 

4£ m NW Lakeport... 
4£ m NW Lakeport... 

7 m NW Lakeport 

9 m NW Lakeport.... 
11m NW Lakeport... 

5 m NW Lakeport 

4 m NW Lakeport 

15 m SE Lakeport 

22 m SE Lakeport 

15 m SE Lakeport 

15 m SE Lakeport 

15 m SE Lakeport 

20 m SE Lakeport 

12 m SE Lakeport 

7 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

9 m SE Lakeport 

14 m NW Lakeport... 

15 m NW Lakeport... 

13 m NW Lakeport... 
13 m NW Lakeport... 
10J m NW Lakeport. 
12 m NW Lakeport .. 

35 m N Lakeport 

38 m N Lakeport 

12 m N Lakeport 

26 m E Lakeport 

Main Street 



Main Street 

Calistoga Street.... 
Upper Blue Lake. 

Cobb Valley 

Big Valley 



33 m SE Lakeport. 
27 m SE Lakeport, 
32 m SE Lakeport. 



Calistoga Street. 



32 m SE Lakeport 

35 m SE Lakeport 

34 m SE Lakeport 

20 m SE Lakeport 

20 m SE Lakeport 

Lake Street 

Main Street 

Main Street .v 

15 m NW Lakeport... 

21 m SE Lakeport 

3 m SE Lakeport 



Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake. 
Witter Sps. 
Bartlett Sps. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown . 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lower Lake. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Potter Valley 
Pomo. 
Upper Lake 
Lower Lake. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Middletown. 
Glenbrook. 
Glenbrook. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake 
Middle own. 
L ikeport. 
Glenbrook. 
Lakeport. 



84 



R Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 


Occupation. 


Place or Business. 


Residence. 


Town or 
Post Office 




Farmer 

Dairyman 


Middle Creek 


12J m NW Lakeport... 

40 m E Lakeport 

33 m SE Lakeport 

33 m SE Lakeport 

32 m SE Lakeport 


Upper Lake 




Hunting Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Middletown 


Yates A J 


Farmer 


Middletown. 


Yates W L 


Teamster 


Middletown. 


YorkH 


Butcher 


Middletown. 



SUPPLEMENT TO LAKE CO. DIRECTORY. 

[Th© following names were received too late for regular insertion.] 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Eesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Anderson A 

Asbill Wm 

AsbillW D 

ANDERSpN A 

Anderson Miss J 

Bray Alexander 

Brant J P 

Baird J E 

Brown Thos 

Brown J W 

Beckley Edward 

Bowers Jacob 

Bynum Jos 

Bynum Sarshel 

Bashaw J 

Butler A B 

BURKE F M 

Breckenridge J A 

Crabtree J T 

Crabtree Thos 

Cheney A H 

OOPSEY O O 

COPSEY ALLEN- 

Copsey Omar 

OOPSEY J O 

Copsey Theodore 

Clifford A 

Cobb St John 

Cobb Joseph 

Campbell Jas 

CoffmanElihu 

Childers Alonzo 

CRANE COLLINS. 

Cheney A H 

Davis Anderson 

Davis J C 

Dobbins Daniel 

Dally PM 

DOLLAR J H 

Davis Wm M 

Furemon K K 

Ferguson E K . 

Fitzgerald Thos 

Green Mrs 

Gordon C B 

GREEN C O 

GrewellL H , 

Habishaw J 

Harris Jas A 

Hicks KD L 

Hendricks J D 

Hale J E 

Hawley C G 

HAZELL H 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Physician 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Physician 

Farmer 

Miner 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Prop Springs.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser 

Stock Eaiser 

Stock Eaiser.... 
Superintendent , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



1 m E Copsey Spr'gs 



Anderson Springs. 
Anderson Springs. 
Loconoma Valley. 
Eound Valley 



Wagonmaker... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster , 

Farmer , 



Coyote Valley 

Coyote Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Burnes Valley 

2 m SW Lower Lake 
2 m SW Lower Lake 

Cache Creek 

Seigler Springs 

Bachelor Valley , 

Pope Mountain Mill... 

Seigler Eoad 

Coyote Valley 

Coyote Valley 

Copsey Springs 

Copsey Valley 

Coyote Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Copsey Valley 

High Valley 

High Valley 

Jerico Valley , 

Jerico Valley , 

Jerico Valley , 

Cobb Mountain Mill.. 

Coyote Valley 

Mount Noble 

Mount Noble 

Coyote Valley 

Big Valley 

Copsey Springs 

Coyote Valley 



31 m SE Lakeport... 
33 m SE Lakeport... 

31 m SE Lakeport... 
26 m SE Lakeport... 
26 m SE Lakeport ... 
33 m SE Lakeport... 

37 m SE Lakeport... 
33 m SE Lakenort... 

32 m SE Lakeport... 

31 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 

22 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 
20 m SE Lakeport... 
15mNW Lakeport. 
40 m SE Lakeport..., 
25 m SE Lakeport... 

38 m SE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 

33 m SE Lakeport... 
30 m SE Lakeport... 

32 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 

23 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 
28 m SE Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport... 
35 m SE Lakeport... 



Superintendent , 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser 

Stock Eaiser — 
Druggist 



Seigler Springs 

Main Co Eoad 

Coyote Valley 

Seigler Springs 

1^ m SE Lower Lake 

Middletown 

Copsey Valley 

Main Co Eoad 

1 m S Lower Lake. 



35 m SE Lakeport. 
30 m SE Lakeport. 
30 m SE Lakeport. 
30 m SE Lakeport. 
3 m SE Lakeport... 
m SE Lakeport. 
30 m SE Lakeport. 
17 m SE Lakeport. 
17 m SE Lakeport. 
20 m SE Lakeport. 
28 m SE Lakeport. 
35 m SE Lakeport. 
20 m SE Lakeport. 
-37 m SE Lakeport. 



Coffman Eanch. 
Lower Lake 



25 m SE Lakeport. 
28 m SE Lakeport. 
27 m SE Lakeport. 
30 m SE Lakeport. 
25 m SE Lakeport. 
Main Street.. 



Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Anderson Sps 
Anderson Sps 
Middletown. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Upper Lake. 
Middletown. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake, 
Lower Lake. 
Glenbrook. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Lakeport. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Uncle Sam. 
Uncle Sam. 
Lower Lake 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Middletown. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 
Lower Lake. 
Guenoc. 
Lower Lake. 

. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



85 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
PostOfeice 



HOWARD J W .. 

Hagen H 

Hepburn Thos 

Hamilton J N 

Irwin E 

Jackson J L 

Jacobs Harmen 

Kiphart Chas 

Knauer E 

KnauerFS 

Kent W S: 

LILLY J W 

LILLEY D W 

McGreer John 

Mc Greer Henry 

Mathews M K 

Mathews Mack 

Mathews Kough 

Mullen Elias 

Mendervill David , 

Moak Boltis 

McKinley G E 

McKinley C D 

Mosher GM 

McPikeE H 

McFeely H 

MACOOOL R H... 

Myers E 

Nichols BK 

Kevins L S 

OliverHA 

Poulson O P 

Parker Thos 

PyleL C 

Penny T B 

Patriquin L S 

QUIGLEY H T 

Eainey EFC 

UNDERWOOD I 
YATES R J 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Superintendent 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Saw Mill 

Bookkeeper 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Baiser.... 

Stock Kaiser 

Miner 

Sawyer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser.... 

Farmer , 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Clerk 



Seigler Valley 

Seigler Springs 

Bice's Saw Mill 

Guenoc 

Coyote Valley 

Copsey Valley 

Pope Mountain Mill .. 

Copsey Valley 

Pope Mountain Mill.., 
Pope Mountain Mill... 

Cedar Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Stone House 

Stone House 

Copsey Valley 

Copsey Valley 
Copsey Valley 



mSE 
mSE 
mSE 
m SE 
mSE 
mSE 
m SE 
mSE 
m SE 
m SE 



Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 



32 
32 
30 
30 
25 
25 
26 

Jerusalem Valley i40 

25 
30 
27 
27 
40 
46 



Coffman Banch 

Burnes Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Jerusalem Valley 

W Fork Cache Creek 



Pope Mountain Mill. 
Pope Mountain Mill. 
Lake Shore 



Teamster. 



Coyote Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Loconoma Valley 

Main Co Boad 

Cache Creek 

Anderson Springs..... 

Bitchie Banch 

Middletown 

Cobb Mountain Mill 
Cobb Mountain Mill 



m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m E Lakeport.., 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 
m SE Lakeport. 



m SE 
m SE 
mSE 
mSE 
m SE 
mSE 
m SE 
m SE 
m SE 
m SE 
m SE 
mSE 
mSE 
m SE 



Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 
Lakeport. 



Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 

Guenoc. 

Guenoc. 

Lower Lake. 

Glenbrook. 

Lower Lake. 

Guenoc. 

Guenoc. 

Middletown. 

Middletown. 

Middletown. 

Guenoc. 

Guenoc. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 

Guenoc. 

Lower Lake. 

Middletown. 

Middletown. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower Lake 

Middletown. 

Guenoc. 

Lower Lake. 

Lower LakeJ 

Lower Lake. 

Middletown. 

Middletown. 

Guenoc. 

Lower Lake. 

Anderson Sps 

Guenoc. 

Middletown. 

Glenbrook. 

Middletown. 



MRS. E. ARMSTRONG'S 



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m aai MUHiery Store 9 

Main Street, Lower Lake, Cal. 

Millinery Goods, Hats, Bonnets, Flowers & Plumes. 



ALSO, ALL KINDS OF- 



LACES, SILK AND VELVET RIBBONS, GLOVES, ETC. 

Having the only Millinery Store in the County, and carrying a large 
stock, I can offer extra inducements to those wishing anything in my line. 

Satisfaction given in Dressmaking, etc. Latest Styles received from 
the City twice per month. Country orders promptly attended to. 

MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, Proprietress. 



86 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



«J. H. MARTIir, 

DEALER IN 



ALSO, 

TOYS, CANDIES, PERFUMERY, 

SCHOOL-BOOKS, BIRD CAGES, 
BASKETS, NUTS, BABY-WAGONS, 
PENKNIVES AND BLANK BOOKS. 

I have an entirely new and full line of Goods. 

Call and examine, if you do not purchase, at 
my place of Business, 

MAIN STREET, LAKEPORT. 

Subscriptions received for MAGAZINES and 
PEKIODICALS. 

PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER. 

Drrtescriptioii Store 

UPPER LAKE, LAKE COUNTY, CAL. 



A Full Stock of Drugs, Chemicals, 

Etc., constantly on hand, also LIQUORS of 
Undoubted Purity, for Medicinal Purposes. 



of every description, and all Surgical Appliances 
furnished at Reasonable Rates. 

DR. R. G. REYNOLDS, 

One of the Firm, has his Office here, and will 
give instant attention to all cases for the relief 
of which he is called. 



UPPER LAKE HOTEL, 

(J. H. TAYLOR, Proprietor,) 

!EL. DF 1 1 JS K, Xiessee. 



This HOTEL is situated at the upper portion 
of the Town, is a 



And offers to the Traveler real advantages in 
the way of 

Comfortable Sleeping Accommodations, 

AND A WELL FURNISHED TABLE. 



The Traveling Public cannot do better than bestow 
their patronage upon the 

UPPER LAKE HOTEL. 



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LAKEPORT, LAKE COUNTY, CAL. 

Keeps every Description of 

GUNS, RIFLES, AND PISTOLS, 

TELESCOPE RIFLES a Specialty. 
Also, Henry's, Spencer's, Sharps &c. Breech- 
Loading Rifles, with Fixed Ammunition for the 
same; also, Powder, Shot, Bullets, Wadding, 

of all descriptions, etc., and Cartridge Cases of all sizes, 
for Breech-Loading Shot Guns, already filled, or filled 
to order at short notice. 

GUNS, RIFLES ani PISTOLS MADE TO ORDER, 

The Shooting of which cannot be excelled by those of 
any other maker in the world. 

REPAIRING 

Of all kinds of Firearms done with neatness and dispatch. 

Work Guaranteed in all Cases. 



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A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OP 



SONOMA COUNTY 

Incidents of Travel, Adventures, Etc. 



Sonoma, we are told, is a word of Indian origin, and means the " Valley of the Moon." Whether 
this is so or not we are unable to determine, not having an Indian-English Dictionary at our disposal, but 
we will accept the word, and let others quarrel about its meaning. Suffice it to say, that the County bear- 
ing this name is one of the most important of the State, and, as our description will show, is one of the 
favored spots of the new world. 

Sonoma County was organized in 1850, and is bounded on the north by Lake and Mendocino, on the 
east by Napa and Lake, on the south by Marin and San Pablo Bay, and on the west by Marin and the 
Pacific Ocean. It covers an area of about 1,500 square miles, being 60 miles long by 25 miles wide, on an 
average, and contains a population of 20,733; 11,109 males, 9,674 females, approximately. The assessed value 
of taxable property in 1873, was $16,571,476, which shows it to be by far the richest of the Counties we 
have described. The climate is similar to that of Napa County; perhaps a little warmer in the interior 
valleys. On the coast, however, the sea breeze keeps the atmosphere cool during the summer and the heavy 
fogs of the Pacific furnish abundance of moisture to the growing crops. The principal valleys are the 
Sonoma, Russian River, Santa Rosa and Petaluma Valleys, of which more will be said in this description m 
"Wheat, barley, oats, Indian corn, hay, potatoes, wine, wool; semi-tropical fruits, such as almonds, 
walnuts; also apples, peaches and all kinds of vegetables are among the principal products. 

There are some quicksilver and coal ledges in the County; also several saw-mills, which will be alluded 
to in their turn. 

The educational facilities of Sonoma County are very good. There are 87 school districts, having 102 
schools : 18 of the First, 48 of the Second, and 36 of the Third grade; attended in 1873 by 4,484 children 
— 4,468 white, 16 negro and Indian. Besides the public schools there are a number of private institutes in 
different portions of the County, of which we will speak hereafter. 

As we shall make a round trip of the County, to visit every place of note, we will now start on our 
journey. 

Leaving San Francisco at 2: 30 p. m. by steamer, we proceed in a northerly direction toward San Pablo 
Bay, and reach Donahue, the terminus of the North Pacific Railroad, at 5: 30 — distance 34 miles. Donahue 
is nothing more than a railroad town, having a small resident population. It is named after Colonel 
Peter Donahue, the projector and builder of the North Pacific Railroad. All the workshops of the 
Railroad Company are located here, giving employment to a number of men. The works were de- 
stroyed by fire about a year since, but have been entirelv rebuilt, and precautionary measures have been 
taken to avoid a second conflagration. Donahue is situated on Petaluma Creek, an arm of San Pablo Bay, 
on the edge of Petaluma Valley, a very rich farming district. . 

We now proceed to Lakeville, the steamer landing and railroad station, and here take stage for Sono- 
ma, which we reach at 7 p. m., distance eight miles. The road from Lakeville passes over rolling ground, 
with very few trees, through a rich dairying district. In this neighborhood is a large tract of tule or swamp 
land, miles in extent, now being reclaimed. 

In the year 1820 the Monks of the Order of St. Francis founded the Mission of "San Francisco de 
Solano de Sonoma," a short distance from the site of the present town. In 1835 General Vallejo was in- 
structed by the Government of Mexico to find a suitable place to build a town north of San Francisco Bay. 
Influenced by the beauty of the locality and the mildness of the olimate, he selected this spot and founded 
the Pueblo of Sonoma, which then became the headquarters of the Northern Military Department of Mexico. 
After the acquisition of the country by the Americans, Sonoma for some time remained a military post. It 
was the County Seat from 1850 to 1855, when Santa Rosa was selected by the people. 



88 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOEY OP 

Mr. Nicholas Carriger built the first redwood house, about one-half mile from the town; he was the first 
American who planted a vineyard, and still resides there. Sonoma is situated in Sonoma Valley, one of 
the most beautiful valleys of the world, which we shall fully describe. The town has, in its center, a large 
square, around which the business portion of it is built. There are two hotels, a number of stores, several 
saloons and a number of shops. The trades and professions are well represented. The population numbers 
367; 209 males and 158 females. Sonoma has two churches, one school, societies of Odd Fellows, 
Masons, Grangers and different other denominations. The streets are wide and kept in good repair. Water 
works are now in course of construction, but the town is not sufficiently large to support gas works. The 
houses, especially the residences, are built far apart, so that the town proper covers a very large space, and 
from a distant view, would lead one to suppose that it contains a much greater population than what it 
really has. We paid a visit to the old barracks, now transformed into wine cellars, the old mission now 
used as a church; and also saw the ruins of numerous, adobe buildings which were built years ago and served 
as dwellings for the first inhabitants of the locality. 

Pour miles south of Sonoma, on Sonoma Creek, is the embarcadero or shipping point, called St. Louis. 
The creek is of sufficient depth for small schooners, and from here the products of Sonoma Valley are 
shipped to San Francisco. At St. Louis there are about fifteen buildings, comprising a storehouse, one way- 
house, and a number of dwellings. The land between Sonoma and St. Louis is partly covered with small 
vineyards, the last end of the road leads through tules, or swamp-lands, not yet reclaimed. About one 
and a half miles south-east of Sonoma are the vineyards of The Buena Vista Vinicultural Association, 
Major Snyder and Henry Winkle, which are among the largest wineries in the State. We have not suffi- 
cient time to give these localities more than a passing notice, as we are desirous of going on our tour up the 
valley, toward Santa Kosa. 

We also paid a short visit to the Polpula Rancho, the property of Mr. Julius Poppe, situated about six 
miles south of Sonoma. Here we were shown several fish ponds, containing carps imported by Mr. Poppe 
from Germany. The carp is not found in American waters ; in Europe it is considered the finest fresh 
water fish, and to Mr. Poppe belongs the credit of being the first to supply California with this delicacy. 
Mr. Poppe went to Germany expressly for the purpose, and procured 83 carps, he placed them in a tin 
tank and sailed from Hamburg by steamer for New York. He lost all but eight of them prior to reaching 
New York, and arrived at Sonoma with five fish alive, but in a very precarious condition. Immediately 
upon arrival he placed them in one of the ponds, and he has now several hundred. This fact shows that 
the water and climate of California are well suited to the propagation of the carp, and we hope that in a 
few years this excellent fish will be seen in the markets of San Francisco. 

At the hotel in Sonoma we made the acquaintance of a gentleman living in the neighborhood of* Santa 
Rosa, who politely invited us to take seats in his buggy and accompany him. We gladly accepted his offer, 
the more so as the communication between Sonoma and Santa Rosa is by stage, and we not having provided 
ourselves with a team as yet. 

Leaving Sonoma at 7 a.m. we follow the road in a north-westerly direction and are soon in the beautiful 
valley. On all sides are elegant residences, surrounded by shade trees, fruit trees, vines and flower gardens. 
The road runs on the east side of Sonoma Creek, a stream which rises in the mountains of the upper end of 
the County and empties into San Pablo Bay at St. Louis. Among the many attractive dwellings, we notice 
on the west side of the Creek those of Col. Rogers, Solomon Carriger, Caleb C. Carriger, Nicholas Car- 
riger, A. Lamotte and William McP. Hill. They all have large vineyards, fruit orchards and flower gar- 
dens ; their places are kept in excellent order, and are among the most beautiful we have seen in our travels. 
Here we see growing side by side in the open air, oranges, apples, almonds, plums, figs, cherries, and other 
tropical and semi-tropical fruits, as well as those raised in northern latitudes. The vineyards contain al- 
most every quality of grapes, from the finest imported to the more common Mission variety. We were in- 
vited to visit the property of Mr. Nicholas Carriger, and shown all over the premises. We inspected his 
four extensive wine cellars, also the winery and distillery, and found his wines and brandy to be of excellent 
quality. His residence, which is the first frame house built in the valley, is still in excellent repair, and 
contains a number of fine rooms very comfortably arranged. On the east side of the Creek are also a num- 
ber of handsome-looking cottages and houses, all nestled among trees and shrubbery, and surrounded by 
vineyards and fruit orchards. 

We now continue along the creek for about seven miles; then crossing it, reach the Half-way House, 
eight miles from Sonoma. We could not understand why this is called the "Half-way House," it being 
only eight miles from Sonoma and fourteen miles from Santa Rosa. The proprietor of the establishment 
could give us no satisfactory reason and we are still in ignorance. From here we continue in the same 
direction and pass Glenellen, a two house town, where the postoffice and the necessary saloon are under the 
same roof with a shoemaker shop (doing a good business ?) next door ; a little further on we pass more 
vineyards, more vineyards, and vineyards again, having seen but very few grain fields since leaving 
Sonoma, and come to the farm of William Hood, called the Los Guilicos Rancho, about five miles from 



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Santa Rosa. Here the scenery changes, we have nearly reached the end of Sonoma Valley, and have to 
cross a ridge of low hills. On the right we see Rincon Valley — of which we shall speak again — and pass 
over a shaded road by the side of a creek, reaching SantaRosa at 4 p. m. Our friend had the kindness to 
leave us at the door of the hotel, where we will for the present remain and partake of some refreshments. 

Sonoma Valley, through which we have just passed, covers an area of something like 90 square miles, 
is highly cultivated and very productive. It never suffers from drought, hence the crops never fail. The 
wine made here is of excellent quality, especially the foreign varieties. We sampled some " Chambertin," 
(made from grapes of imported cuttings), which could not be distinguished from that made in La Bour- 
gogne, France. We also tasted some " Chablis," which was very fine, and equal, if not really superior, 
to the imported article. The more common varieties are also of good quality, though rather more " decapi- 
tating" than foreign wines of the same kind. 

After a refreshing sleep we arose early in the morning to walk through Santa Rosa, the County Seat 
and principal town of Sonoma County, on the line of the North Pacific Railroad, situated on Santa Rosa 
Creek, a tributary to the Russian River, and is one of the prettiest inland towns of the Pacific Slope. It is 
16 miles from Petaluma, 22 miles from Sonoma, 16 miles from Healdsburg, and 26 miles from the Pacific 
Ocean, and was first laid out in 1853. The population numbers 2,760; 1,463 males, 1,297 females, and is rapidly 
increasing. The streets are wide, well kept, and run at right angles, and the buildings are supplied with gas 
and water. In the centre of the town is a square or plaza, lined with beautiful shade trees, and kept in ex- 
cellent order. Here, on summer evenings, a good brass band discourses sweet music to the people 
assembled, and many are the pretty girls who come to promenade, enjoy the concert and indulge in innocent 
amusement with the young gentlemen of the locality. In speaking of good-looking girls, we will say that 
they are very numerous in Santa Rosa; in fact more so than in any other town of its size we have as yet 
visited. 

But, the speaking of the pretty girls must not cause our readers to believe that we made no other obser- 
vations. Santa Rosa is a lively trading centre — all kinds of business, the different trades and the professions 
are well represented. There are several large business houses, also two banks — the Santa Rosa Bank and 
the Santa Rosa Savings Bank — both doing a very good business. The officers of these last-named institu- 
tions are very polite and obliging, and are an ornament to their positions. In fact, we found more polite- 
ness among the business people of this locality than in many other places, and suppose that the beautiful 
climate, equable temperature and agreeable surroundings, tend to render the inhabitants amiable and sociable. 
Altogether Santa Rosa is, in the true sense of the word, a thriving town, which in a few years more will be- 
come one of the principal business centres of the Coast. 

It is a pretty place; its climate and surroundings recall to our memory travels in Southern Europe. 
On the outskirts of the town are some very handsome private residences, and a number of the most beautiful 
gardens we have ever seen. Early this morning we took a walk, and finding an open gate, leading into what 
appeared to be a fruit orchard, we entered. It was just after sunrise. The dew drops yet hung on the 
flowers and glistened like so many diamonds in the rays of the sun; nature was fresh and fragrant. 
Swarms of butterflies, bees and birds of radiant plumage, fluttered in all directions among the numerous 
flower-bed? of the garden. We sat down in the shade of an aged oak, by the side of a riotous little creek, 
hurrying on its course down the valley with the waywardness of a noisy child. Tufts of stately trees were 
scattered in different portions of this princely estate. We afterwards walked through the numerous paths 
of the garden, hoping to find some one to tell us the name of the proprietor of this delightful spot, which 
we had so unceremoniously invaded, but for several hours after our first entering the premises we saw no 
one, and after having taken the liberty to make a bouquet, we wended our steps toward the hotel. There 
are several very good schools and educational institutes at Santa Rosa. Among the most prominent is 
the Pacific Methodist College, which was transferred from Vacaville to this place. The building is com- 
modious, well arranged, and in point of architectural beauty is the most remarkable structure in the town. 
The Christian College is also located here. The building, which was completed in 1872, presents a very fine 
appearance, while the College enjoys an enviable reputation as an institution of learning. Its Board of 
Directors are representative men, some among the number being eminently fitted for such a position, by vir- 
tue of the culture and attainments they possess. Both of the institutions have able faculties. A change 
has recently taken place in the conduct of the Pacific Methodist College, through the resignation of the Pres- 
ident and the appointment of a brother of the late incumbent to the position thus rendered vacant. This 
gentleman, Rev. A. S. Fitzgerald, is well known in educational circles throughout the Coast, having filled 
with credit the position of State Superintendent of Schools. Encomium is consequently unnecessary. We 
simply prophesy for this institution, which has so flourished in the past, a condition of enhanced prosperity 
and greatness in the future. 

While in Santa Rosa we paid a visit, through the courtesy of one of the members, to one of those organiza- 
tions which are the special hatred of the ladies, viz : " A Social Club." We were enjoyably entertained, 
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are pleasantly located, large and well furnished. The resources of their side-board are inexhaustable, 
and the superior nature of their refreshments unimpeachable. They have the nucleus of a fine library, and 
a profusion of periodicals. In fact they want nothing to make their " club life" happy. Santa Eosa is 
the first place of the size we have found possessed of a club, and the fact of the existence of an organiza- 
tion, having for its object rational and profitable amusement, argues for the community the possession of 
citizens of intelligence, literary attainment, and intrinsic worth. 

"We omitted to speak of the noteworthy buildings of Santa Rosa, among which are the Court House, 
the Hall of Records, Ridgeway Block, and one recently built by a wealthy widow, and the Grand Hotel. 
Other buildings, we were told, are projected — the increasing trade demanding more facilities. The people 
of Santa Rosa are very enterprising and energetic, and if these qualifications insure success, theirs will be 
ample. They have our most sincere wishes for a bright future. The land upon which Santa Rosa stands 
was formerly owned by the Carrillo family; it has all passed into other hands and the former owners are 
still residents of the locality. 

Just previous to leaving Santa Rosa, we one day availed ourselves of Mr. Smith's kind invitation to 
visit his Spring. This is a favorite resort for picnic parties, and is in good repute for the medical virtue of 
its water. In accordance with a previous arrangement, he early one morning reined up his spirited steeds 
before our hotel, and signified his readiness to proceed at the earliest moment convenient to us. Accom- 
panied by two friends, we seated ourselves in his well appointed conveyance, and rolled sluggishly out of 
town. Our way lead out by the Petaluma road, about two miles; thence through a lane to the left about a 
half mile further. 

The ride was far from exhilirating. It was absolutely painful to witness the efforts of our charioteer to 
keep his animals even upon a walk. One of them seemed possessed of a well-defined fear that the wagon 
was trying to run over him, and consequently kept himself braced back against it, in order to avoid such 
a calamity. Our host amused himself by recounting to me the prowess of this animal in other days, before 
he got "chawed up " and had his ribs smashed in a " hoss fight." His being dipped into such a styx, had 
left him like Achilles, but one vulnerable point, and his owner, in the course of time, had become possessed of 
the knowledge of this one weak spot. Often on this journey did he appeal to it ; alas, with but momentary 
result. Leaning over the dashboard, he would stretch forth his whip-hand and tap the noble animal smartly 
upon the neck. One tap was nothing. No. two and three were likewise signal failures. Pour and five 
succeeded in eliciting signs of consciousness. Six and seven assisted him to rouse his heretofore slumber- 
ing energies. Eight and nine produced a shuffling of his hind feet, resembling the early efforts of a clog 
dancer, and a shaking of the head, as though to say, u Its of no use." Ten and eleven did not prevent his 
lapsing into his former somnambulistic gait and manner; and so we slid, shuffled and crawled over the road, 
our coachman always aiming at that one spot in his horse's anatomy, meanwhile talking incessantly, our 
vehicle clattering, creaking and groaning at every joint of its rheumatic old body. 

But if our mode of reaching the White Sulphur Springs was somewhat ridiculous, our reception and 
treatment while there was sufficiently compensatory. We visited the Springs, tasted the waters, and ex- 
amined the baths, which are conveniently and perfectly arranged. Under a fine grove of trees we sat down 
to a meal, hastily prepared, but satisfying even to an epicurian palate. Bordeaux claret and the best brands 
of California wines proved ample liquid accompaniments, and a cup of magnificent coffee appropriately 
closed this" Alledian " repast. Several people were here, being treated for disease, who spoke confidently 
of the benefit they were deriving from the use of the water. Many remarkable cures have been effected here, 
and we promise to all visiting the Spring a recollection which will linger long with them, as an episode too 
pleasant to be forgotten. Mr. Smith, in conjunction with Mr. Taylor, the owner of the property, talks of 
utilizing the water of a neigboring lake, lying among the hills, for the purpose of adding a fish pond to the 
present attractions of his place. This will render the passing of a few days there doubly enjoyable. 

One of the principal attractions of Santa Rosa is a rose bush, the main stem of which measures eight 
inches in diameter; it is twenty-seven feet high, and its branches cover a space of twenty-two feet on the 
side of a house. It was planted in 1858 by James Williamson and has grown with remarkable rapidity. 
When in full bloom it frequently has several thousand roses at one time, and presents a beautiful 
appearance. 

We will now prepare to continue our journey, and after engaging a good team, leave Santa Rosa at 
8 a. M., and proceed in a northerly direction to Mark West — distance six miles — a small village in Santa 
Rosa Valley. At this point there is a hotel, a school house, and several dwellings. 

Santa Rosa Valley covers an area of about 100 square miles, and contains some very rich farming land. 
The principal products are hay, grain, Indian corn, fruit and wine — very little of the latter, however. 

From Mark West we continue in a north-westerly direction for a distance of about two miles and come 
to Pulton Station, on the line of the North Pacific Railroad. This is an important shipping point for tim- 
ber, grain, charcoal, firewood, tanner's bark, etc. Fulton Brothers, after whom the station was named, have 
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in 1873, and bids fair to become a shipping point of great importance. There is a post office and express 
office, a good hotel, a feed store, several blacksmith shops and a saloon, and also a church. The surround- 
ings are quite pretty, and the land, which is principally owned by Messrs. Fulton, is very productive. 

We now follow the line of the railroad for about a mile and pass Mark "West station, having a general 
merchandise store, and then, turning a little to the right through a rich farming district, reach Windsor (four 
miles from Mark West), a small village, with a population of 137; 59 males and 78 females. Windsor 
was formerly called "Poor Man's Flat," which name, being rather personal — nobody, however poor, 
wishes to be so called — was discarded. Windsor boasts of a good hotel; there are also several stores, a 
blacksmith shop and several saloons. 

From here we proceed in a southerly direction for a distance of about three miles over low hills and 
through a deep canyon until we reach an altitude of 400 feet above Santa Rosa Valley, and arrive at Mark 
West Springs. The water of one spring is warm and highly charged with sulphur; that of the other is cold 
and holds only iron in solution, making it very valuable for recuperating weak constitutions. The hotel 
here is large and very well kept; the accommodations are complete and all that one can wish for. There is 
a commodious bath house and also two rows of cottages belonging to the hotel. From the front of the build- 
ing the scenery is romantic; toward the West is a mountain ridge, thickly timbered; on the other sides the 
mountains are not so high, but are all covered with forests. 

Game is very abundant in the neighborhood, and the- hunter can within a very short distance find deer, 
hare, rabbit, quail and bear. The angler can be equally well supplied, for the creek close by abounds with 
trout. 

Mark West Springs are well patronized. We were highly pleased with our visit. 

We will now proceed in an easterly direction, over a good road, along Mark West Creek, through a 
thickly wooded district, toward the petrified forests, one of the greatest curiosities of the world. Our readers 
will recollect that while at Calistoga we paid this locality a hasty visit, but shall now give a full description 
of the place. 

The Petrified Forest, covering an area of about twenty acres, is located on the North fork of Mark 
West creek, four miles East of Mark West Springs, and five miles West of Calistoga, on the stage road 
from Calistoga to Santa Eosa. 

It is the property of Charles Evans, who has a house on the premises, where beautiful specimens of 
petrified wood and other natural curiosities are exhibited. Some of these specimens are very valuable, §500 
each having been refused for several among the collection. 

The locality is daily thronged with visitors from all parts of the world. A register kept for the purpose 
contains the names of many distinguished people. 

The altitude of the forest is 655 feet above Calistoga. It contains about 100 trees, some sixty feet long, 
others shorter, all lying on the ground and pointing toward the north. We also saw five logs which had all 
the appearance of charcoal; on inspection we found that they had first been charred and afterward petrified. 
One of the trunks, but lately unearthed, is sixty-eight feet in length, having a diameter at the roots of fifteen 
feet, and eight and a half feet in the middle. Near the roots there still remains some bark in its natural 
state, petrification not yet having taken place. 

It is supposed that these former giants of the forest, now transformed to stone, are of the common red- 
wood species. How they became petrified, and by what action, is a mystery for science to solve. 

From this point a very extended view of the surrounding country maybe obtained. To the east stands 
Mount St. Helena; to the north Geyser Peak, Hog's Back and Pine Flat Mountains; to the west we seethe 
Coast Eange at the north of the Russian River. The surroundings are particularly rugged; chasms, 
precipices and defiles with deep gorges and mountain peaks on all sides. While here we were told that at 
a very short distance there is a little vallev called Franz Valley, which can only be reached by trail, 
so we will allow our horses a little longer rest and make the excursion on foot. Always desirous of 
seeing all we can, and obtaining valuable information, we frequently climb over dangerous precipices, 
sometimes to the detriment of our clothing, but as we believe always for the benefit of our health. After 
considerable climbing and a long walk, we reach this famous Franz Valley, covering an area of about 20 
acres and inhabited by three persons — two women, mother and daughter, living in one house and one man 
who lives in another house at a respectable distance. These persons very seldom leave the valley and have 
little to say to each other for a very good and sufficient reason. The women are deaf and the man 
is nearly dumb. We understand that the man, some years ago, desirous of rendering his home more com- 
fortable, made proposals to the younger of the ladies, but was indignantly refused. Since that time he is 
heart-broken and has made a solemn vow never to speak to the gentler sex again. This no doubt accounts 
for the difficulty in his speech. 

Returning to the Petrified Forest, we proceed in an easterly direction for a distance of four miles and 
reach Knightsville, (named after Thomas Knight, the first settler), in Knight Valley, where we shall be 
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Knightsville is a small village having a good hotel, a blacksmith shop and several other buildings, and 
is supported by the farming community of the vicinity. "We passed a very agreeable night in this locality, 
and fully refreshed from the fatigue of yesterday, continue our journey through Knight Valley. 

Knights Valley is a very rich farming and cattle-raising district, and covers an area of about 30 square 
miles. We cross it in a northerly direction and reach Pine Flat at 10 a. m., distance ten miles, over a good 
road. The town is situated near the county line and is in the centre of a rich mining district which extends 
into Napa and Lake counties. A great number of quicksilver mines have been opened in this locality, and 
to judge from present appearances, it is destined to become the greatest quicksilver-producing district in 
the world. In the town there is one hotel, two general merchandise stores, five saloons, a number of shops 
and dwellings. The hotel is kept by Geo. M. Reeves, and contains all the accommodations a good host 
can offer. Pine Plat is built in a round hollow on the cone of a mountain; the surroundings are very 
picturesque. From here we continue in a northerly dirction and reach the Geysers at 5 p. m. The road 
from Pine Flat is very mountainous and the scenery on all sides very wild and Alpine-like. The Geysers 
are a collections of hot springs, situated in a deep canyon, about 1,700 feet above the level of the sea, and, 
next to Yosemite, are the greatest attraction in California. In this canyon, which is called Pluton Canyon, 
are over 250 springs, throwing up water of a temperature of 200° to 210° Fahrenheit. The waters differ in 
color, chemical properties and degree of heat. There are white, red and black springs, also cold springs, 
iron, sulphur and alum springs. 

The Geysers were discovered in 1847, and are visited by a great number of tourists from all parts of the 
world. The hotel at this point is very good and well managed. From here we proceed in a north-westerly 
direction through Sulphur Canyon along the banks of Sulphur Creek, toward Cloverdale. The road is 
very well graded, in good repair, and is one of the best mountain roads in the State. 

There are quicksilver deposits and open mines on both sides of the road ; the scenery is grand and beau- 
tiful. About fourteen miles from the Geysers we cross the Kussian Kiver, the principal stream of Sonoma 
County, and enter Oat Valley, so-called from the large crops of wild oats which the locality produces. The 
valley covers an area of about 3,000 acres of excellent farming land, well wooded and watered. 

One of the principal owners of this valley is J. G. Heald, who also keeps a hotel at the Junction of the 
Ukiah and Lakeport roads, in the valley. The principal products of the neighborhood are hay, oats and 
other grains. We continue a couple of miles south-easterly and reach Cloverdale, one of the principal 
towns of Sonoma County, the present terminus of the North Pacific Railroad and the only town in the 
County where Local Option was defeated. 

Cloverdale was laid out in 1859 by J. B. Woods, has since then grown rapidly ,'and is now the fourth 
town in importance of the County; it has a population of 489 — 278 males and 211 females. There are 
quite a number of business houses, two very good hotels, two churches, one graded school, and societies of 
Odd Fellows. Masons and Good Templars. It is at the present time a real paradise for saloons, (which were 
always very numerous) , it being the only town of the County where liquor can legally be sold by the glass 
and where the people are not obliged to purchase five-gallon drinks. There are also two well-appointed 
livery stables, blacksmith shops, etc., for the accommodation of travelers and visitors. The trade of 
Cloverdale consists principally of agricultural and dairy products, and is an important shipping point for 
hay, wool, grain, fire-wood and live stock. The town is very well laid out, the streets are wide and kept in 
good repair. 

The surroundings of the town are very attractive and the climate is very mild, so that all kinds of 
semi-tropical fruits are raised in large quantities. After having spent an agreeable evening in Cloverdale 
and enjoyed a good night's rest, we leave at 8 a. m. Our road lies in a southerly direction over rolling 
hills; and after an exhilirating drive of nine miles, through a thickly wooded district, we reach Geyserville 
at 9:30 a.m. 

Geyserville is a station on the line of the North Pacific Railroad and has a population of 110 — 47 males 
and 63 females. There is one general store, one hotel, a blacksmith shop and a saloon. Geyserville is 
situated in one of the most productive portions of Russian River Valley and is supported by the farmers of 
the locality. Large quantities of cereals, fruit and hay are shipped from here by railroad. While here we 
made the acquaintance of Mr. Von Hasslocher, formerly Colonel in the French army. Mr. Von Hass- 
locher is now a gentleman of leisure, who lives on his income and sought this locality with a view to mak- 
ing it his permanent home. We now proceed in a westerly direction, over foot-hills, and enter Dry Creek 
Valley. This is also a very productive locality; grain averages about forty bushels to the acre on the bot- 
tom lands. In some places the growing grain is so high as to hide the fences. Dry Creek Valley covers 
about twelve square miles, and is pretty thickly settled by farmers, sheep-raisers, etc. Dry Creek is so- 
called because of its being dry in the middle of summer; it rises in Mendocino County and empties into 
Russian River. 

Gold has been found along the course of the Creek, but not in sufficient quantities to warrant any seri- 
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chrome-iron. Several quicksilver mines and one chrome-iron mine are producing in the neighborhood. 

There are also numerous mineral springs in the immediate vicinity, and will, no doubt, when better 
known, become valuable property. At the western end of Dry Creek Valley are Skaggs' Springs which we 
reached in the afternoon, and concluded to stop for the night. This is another summer resort visited by in- 
valids and tourists. We leave Skaggs' Springs at 8 a. m. ; proceed in a southerly direction over a good road 
and reach Healdsburg at 10 a. m. — distance 12 miles. 

Healdsburg was named after Harmon Heald, who, in 1846, settled there. It is situated on the line of 
the North Pacific K. K., on the west bank of the Eussian Eiver, 16 miles from Santa Eosa and 80 miles 
from San Francisco, and was laid out in 1855. The town is located in a very pretty spot, in the centre of one 
of the richest farming districts of the State. It is a very thriving and active business place, being the point of 
supply for the Pine Plat Mines and other mines in the neighborhood. There are a great number of ptores, 
hotels, stables and shops. All branches of trade and professions are well represented. The population num- 
bers 1,396 — 751 males and 645 females. The educational facilities are very good, there being several public 
and private schools. The manufacturing interests are represented by two glove factories, a tannery, a brew- 
ery, a distillery, and a flour mill of very large capacity. There are several large nurseries in the immediate 
vicinity, and a few miles from town several extensive lumber mills. The trade of Healdsburg is rapidly 
increasing, and there is no doubt but that the farming, mining and manufacturing interests will soon assume 
gigantic proportions. The town is very well built, is divided into two parts, Healdsburg and North 
Healdsburg; the streets are wide, and the buildings are in harmony with the growth of the place. For cap- 
italists the surroundings offer a vast field for investment; new discoveries of mines are made almost daily, 
and the favorable position will draw numerous manufactories hither. On leaving Healdsburg we cross a 
portion of the Eussian Eiver Vallej^, of which a little description is not out of place. The Eussian Eiver 
Valley is one of the most productive valleys of California. It is well watered by the Eussian Eiver running 
through it, and comprises a large extent of valuable land. It is the famous Indian corn-growing region of 
California; very large crops of this article are produced here. Besides Indian corn, hay, wheat and other 
cereals are raised. 

The mountains on both sides of the valley are well timbered and in some places produce large quantities 
of wild oats. Stock-raising is also a branch of industry in this locality, a great portion of the neighboring 
hills being used for this purpose. The scenery is very interesting and picturesque. The hunter can rely 
upon abundance of game of all kinds, and the angler find sufficient occupation. There are some very beau- 
tiful spots, where the panorama of landscape is similar to Italy, and offers good opportunties for the aspir- 
ing artist to achieve celebrity. "We have seen several paintings, called scenes in the " Eussian Eiver Val- 
ley," but must say that the artist did not do his subject justice; nature was only faintly reproduced. In the 
vicinity of Healdsburg is a fine Seltzer spring, owned by Mr. Lytton. Large quantities of the water are being 
bottled and shipped to San Francisco. We had no time to visit the locality, but make mention of it for the 
information of the general reader. The water is said to equal that from the famous Seltzer Springs of 
Germany, renowned over the whole world and exported to all parts. At a distance of 4| miles north of 
Healdsburg we also visited an extensive nursery, called the Heart's Desire; orchard and nursery owned 
by Mr. Bouton. We saw a large assortment of exotic trees and plants and the appointments about the 
establishment appeared to be very complete. 

Following the road in a south-westerly direction over rolling hills and through a forest of enormous redwood 
trees, we reach Guerneville, 22 miles south-east from Healdsburg. Some of the trees we passed were of enorm- 
ous size; one of them, we were told, is 344 feet high and 16 feet in diameter and perfectly straight. Guerne- 
ville has a population of 205 — 143 males and 62 females. It is situated on the Eussian Eiver, twelve miles 
above its mouth; was laid out in 1869 by George E. Guerne, who, in company with Mr. Heald, owns an 
extensive saw-mill at this point. The town is, so to say, surrounded by redwood forests, and the principal 
source of wealth is the lumber. The town is quite pretty. There is a good hotel, two general stores, one 
saloon and several lumber mills near by. The climate of this locality is very healthy. For those of our 
readers who are fond of wandering through forests and losing themselves in reverie, or perchance in reality, 
this is a suitable locality. Camping facilities, if the shadow of a huge redwood tree will serve as a tent and 
the moist undergrowth for a couch, with a log for a pillow, are excellent. 

We were particularly charmed with the locality and had we not pressing business engagements, would 
remain for a week to bleach our sun-burnt faces in the cool and shady forest. We must depart, however, 
and continue our journey in a south-easterly direction to Forestville, nine miles from Guerneville and 
eleven miles north-west of Santa Eosa. 

Forrestville is beautifully located, and is supported by the farming community. There is a good 
school, a blacksmith's shop, a general store, a hotel and a saloon to cheer the heart of the weary tra- 
veler. We next come to Sebastopol, six miles from Forrestville, and seven miles west of Santa Eosa. 
This town contains a population of 277 — 145 toilers, and 132 happy, intelligent, moral, and amiable rep- 
resentatives of that sex which is the especial admiration of the writer. Sebastopol is a modern town, and 



94 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 

boasts of one of the best race-tracks in the country. There are several stores, a good livery stable, and dif- 
ferent other shops and saloons. There are a number of orchards in the immediate vicinity, and fruit-raising 
is one of the principal branches of pursuit. "We were told that the fruit grown here is of superior quality 
and is justly famed. "We found a very good hotel at this point, called the Pioneer House, where the accom- 
modation is very good and the table first-class. The house is very pleasantly situated, and we were highly 
pleased with all its appointments. The climate of Sebastopol is yery pleasant ; although the days in sum- 
mer be rather warm, the nights are cool and agreeable. The private residences of the town are very pretty; 
the handsomest one is owned by Mr. Carrillo, a wealthy land-owner — a connection of the family residing 
at Santa Kosa. 

Sebastopol is situated in the center of an extensive plain, and bids fair to become one of the principal 
towns of the County. We will now bid adieu, to our friends at Sebastopol, and proceed south through a 
level country — grain fields and meadows — to Petaluma ; distance 17 miles from Sebastopol. Petaluma is 
the principal town of Sonoma County, was incorporated in 1858, and has a population of 2,847 — 1,507 
males, and 1,340 females. These figures are, to the best of our knowledge and belief, correct, although they 
may be doubted by many, but we can safely assert that the population has always been overrated. Some 
years ago a publisher estimated the population to be 5,000 ; two years ago an enterprising and sanguine sta- 
tistician counted 7,000, but the seven thousand were never there, and we claim to be right. The town is sit- 
uated at the head of navigation of Petaluma Creek, which empties into San Pablo Bay, and is navigable 
for schooners at high water; so it is a very bad place for a seaport. It is built in a pretty locality; the 
streets are of medium width, and are kept in fair order. There are some very fine buildings on the main 
street, and, to the stranger, at first sight the town presents a business-like appearance. Petaluma is the 
shipping point for produce from Sonoma, Marin, Lake and Mendocino Counties, and if the business men 
of the locality were possessed of that vital quality of the true merchant — energy, the town would rapidly 
increase in importance. There are a number of capitalists, who, because of their desire to live but not to 
let live, are rather an injury than a benefit to the place. Of course there is a great deal of business done 
at Petaluma. Stores of all kinds are numerous, and all branches of business are here established. The 
professions and trades are well represented. Among the manufactories we notice foundries, tanneries, (the 
largest one owned by Mr. J. Wick, who is now greatly increasing his works) grist-mills, wagon shops, 
tin shops, one glove manufactory, cooper shops, potteries, a blind factory and planing-mill. The principal 
articles shipped to San Francisco comprise: lumber, staves, hay, wheat, potatoes, eggs, butter and cheese 
in very large quantities, hops, poultry, wine, firewood, fruit, charcoal, cattle, etc., etc. We paid a visit to 
a very complete and extensive nursery owned by Mr. W. A. T. Stratton, who displays a great amount 
of enterprise in the conduct of his business. He is largely engaged in the importation and propagation of 
Australian, European, and other foreign plants, such as the Eucalyptus and other evergreens. He showed 
us a variety of trees, shrubs and flowers, all thriving remarkably well in the genial climate of the locality. 

The educational facilities are said to be excellent, and churches are very numerous. There are also sev- 
eral societies of mutual benefit, charitable and secret organizations. In fact, so far as the private portion 
of the community is concerned, we have heard it very highly spoken of, but the business portion, so-called, 
is not possessed of much activity. The reader will recollect that on leaving Lakeport we made an engag- 
ment with our friends of the lake to meet them somewhere in Sonoma County. It appears that tbey remained 
longer than at first intended in the neighborhood of Clear Lake, and came by way of San Francisco to 
Petaluma to meet us there. They waited some ten days for us, and then left for the coast, on their road 
to Mendocino County. In a letter left for us at Petaluma they promise to meet us at Ukiah. 

The following is the letter: 

Petaluma, . 

Messrs. : In conformity with our promise made you on the shores of Clear Lake, we has- 
tened to meet you in Sonoma County. You must excuse our tardiness; we were detained rather longer than 
we anticipated at Harbin Springs. The scenery was so beautiful, the company so refined and agreeable, that 
we could hardly tear ourselves away. Had it not been for our desire to hunt the bear with you in Mendo- 
cino, we should have remained until August. We hope soon to see you in Ukiah. 

Your ever faithful, grateful and sincere friends, 

Avoirdupois One and Two. 

Before starting on our journey we must not omit to state that we inspected the extensive Cheese Manu- 
factory of Payne & Killan, about one mile south of Petaluma. This is the only place in California where 
cheese is manufactured on the eastern principle. The building is very spacious and the manufactory can 
consume about 1,200 gallons of milk per day. 

Our team ready, we leave Petaluma and take a north-westerly direction over a good road and arrive at 
Stony Point, distance eight miles from Petaluma; eight miles south-west of Santa Kosa. This is a small 
settlement, having a hotel, blacksmith shop and other buildings. We now go to Bloomfield, eight miles 
north-west from Stony Point, sixteen miles south-west of Santa Kosa. Bloomfield is a promising village 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 95 



with a population of 243, supported by the farming community of the neighborhood. There is a hotel, 
several stores, shops, saloons, a flour-mill and a tannery. 

The next station on our road is Valley Ford, established as a business place in 1860, by Jas. E. Fowler, 
who is still a resident, and has a population of 65 — 38 males and 27 females. It is situated on the Estero 
Americano, a small stream on the line of the North Pacific Eailroad, distant twenty miles south-west of 
Santa Rosa, and equi-distant from Tomales, Bloomfield and Bodega. There is a good hotel, a store and 
several shops. We next come to Freestone, so-called from the Freestone quarries, in the vicinity, laid out 
in 1856, having a population of thirty-four, fourteen miles south-west of Santa Kosa. This place is sup- 
ported by the farmers and lumbermen of the neighborhood. At a short distance from the town are several 
extensive lumber-mills. At this point there is a good hotel, a general merchandise store, and a blacksmith 
shop. We are now approaching the Ocean and already begin to feel the change of temperature. Since 
leaving Bloomfield we have been passing through the great potato region of Sonoma County, and advise 
all who are fond of potatoes in every style to come here and enjoy this luxury to their heart's content. You 
can obtain boiled spuds, fried spuds, roast spuds, baked spuds, and spud salad, served in every style, a la 
Francaise, German style or Yankee fashion. The next nucleus of civilization is Bodega Corners, otherwise 
called Smith's Kancho, seventeen miles south of Santa Eosa, four miles west from Freestone. 

Bodega has a population of 214 — 108 males and 106 females — pretty well assorted in point of numbers. 
This is quite an important trading point for lumbermen, farmers, stock-raisers and dairymen, and is con- 
nected with the interior towns by stage lines. At a little distance from here is Bodega Port, on Bodega 
Bay, where the produce of the whole vicinity is shipped to San Francisco. At Bodega there are two hotels, 
three stores, several shops and a livery stable. 

We next reach Ocean View, on the ocean side, 23 miles west of Santa Eosa. We have nothing par- 
ticular to note about this locality, except that there is a good hotel here, and that the sea breeze serves to 
create a very good appetite. 

The next place we come to is Duncan's Mills, 29 miles north-west of Santa Kosa, at the mouth of the 
Russian Kiver. Here is an extensive lumber-mill, a hotel and one store. This is a shipping point for lum- 
ber and produce. 

We pass Henry's hotel, 42 miles north-west of Santa Kosa ; Plantation House, 50 miles north-west of 
Santa Rosa — the former a way -house on the road, the latter a way-house prettily situated in a copse of tim- 
ber, and take a side road toward the ocean, and arrive at Fort Ross, 47 miles north-west of Santa Rosa. 

All through this region are numerous dairies, producing large quantities of cheese. The Russians 
built a fort some 40 miles north of Bodega, in the year 1820, and called it Fort Slawianska — this is now 
called Fort Ross. The Russians left in the year 1841, and the old fort still exists. There is nothing very 
noteworthy in its appearance. It is now owned by a private individual, and has ceased to be a fort except 
in name. We now proceed to Timber Cove, a little roadstead, where lumber and produce are shipped by 
small coasting vessels to San Francisco. Timber Cove is 45 miles north-west of Santa Kosa. 

We next pass Liebeg's grocery, 47 miles north-west of Santa Kosa, and reach Salt Point, on the ocean 
side, 50 miles distant from Santa Kosa. 

At this place there is a hotel and a store — a simple supply station for the farmers and residents in the 
vicinity. 

We stayed here over night, so that we might be enabled to reach the limits of Sonoma County to-day. 
Starting at 7 a. m., we continue in a north-westerly direction, passing Helmke's Grocery, 50 miles from 
Santa Rosa, and reach Fisk's Mills, 55 miles from Santa Rosa, just in time for breakfast. 

Fisk's Mills is a small settlement, named after an extensive lumber mill which is located here. There is 
a hotel and a store and several dwellings. 

We now continue in the same direction and come to the first town of Mendocino County, Gualala, 70 
miles south-west of Ukiah, the County-seat, a description of the same will be found in our notes on Men- 
docino County. 

While in the town of Sonoma we omitted to allude to a large fruit-drying establishment (on the Alden 
principle) situated on the Santa Rosa road, one mile north of Sonoma. This establishment has been built 
atan expense of $15,000, and has a capacity for curing about one ton of fruit per day. Active operations 
will be begun at once and thus a new branch of industry will be inaugurated. Fruit being very abundant in 
this neighborhood and the cost of shipping it to market almost too expensive to leave any margin for the 
grower, this establishment, if successful, will contribute largely to the future wealth of the community, 

In conclusion, Sonoma County has enormous resources; her fertile valleys and the diversity of her 
products are unsurpassed by any in the world. Means of communication in some portions of the County, 
as in Lake and Napa, are not yet sufficiently rapid and numerous, and her wealth yet lies dormant. 

The farming, mining and manufacturing interests are still in their infancy, and await capital and popu- 
lation to develop them and secure for Sonoma the foremost position among the wealthy counties of Cali- 
fornia. A little time will be required to bring about important changes. Railroads must be built, and 
what is yet in part a wilderness and forest will teem with prosperity. 



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RESUME OF POPULATION OF SONOMA COUNTY. 



PLACES 



Males 



Females 



Total 



Santa Kosa 

Petaluma , 

Healdsburg 

Sonoma 

Cloverdale 

Geyserville 

"Windsor 

Guerneville 

Bloomfield 

Bodega 

Sebastopol 

Valley Ford 

Lakeville 

Freestone 

Farming Community. 

Total 



1,463 

1,507 

751 

209 

278 

47 

59 

143 

129 

108 

145 

38 

9 

18 

6,205 



1,297 

1,340 

645 

158 

211 

63 

78 

62 

114 

106 

132 

27 

9 

16 

5,416 



2,760 

2,847 

1,396 

367 

489 

' 110 

137 

205 

243 

214 

277 

65 

18 

34 

11,621 



11,109 



20,783 



GEORGE E. GOODMAN. JAMES H. GOODMAN. 

ESTABLISHED 1858. 



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OIF 1 




NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. 



Our Business is the same as an Incorporated Bank. 



DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS RECEIVED IN 
GOLD, SILVER OR CURRENCY. 



THOMPSON'S 

MT ORCHARD 



AND 



This is one of the most extensive and famous 
Orchards in the State. The amount of Fruit 
produced yearly is very large. 

The Nursery Department, conducted conjointly 
with the Orchard, is ably managed, fruit trees of 
every variety being successfully grown. 

Parties can be supplied with large or small bills 
in any or every variety. Our system is so perfect 
that parties may rely upon trees being properly 
named. 

Grapes and Berries propagated in all known and 
popular varieties. 

Orders respectfully solicited. Prompt and 
careful attention guaranteed. 

&** ttU THOMPSON. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 97 



GRAND HOTEL 



Main Street, Santa Rosa. 



L. KELLY, Proprietor, 



The above Elegant 









Under the management of L. KELLY, is now open to the 
public in connection with 

The GRAND HOTEL has all the Modern Improvements pertaining 

to a Public House. 

Gas, Water, and Elegant Furniture in ewy Room, 



T J H^ HOTEL BIT 

Will call for and deliver Passengers to any part of the city. 



Patrons conveyed to the Hotel Free of Charge. 

L. KELLY, Proprietor. 



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Mapes' House, 

Wejft $ide of fl^i, 



H. M. HUGHES, Proprietor, 

Announces to the Public that he has leased the above 



ix ©i w m 




And is prepared to provide Guests with First-class 
Accomir\odatior\s at all times. 



Connected with the House is a Bar, where the Best 






Is&J^TZ- BE DEiAXX 




SVee BtLj* 'to'-kqd fforq % Sotel/^ 



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PEOPKIETORS OF 

ixeliiff® Livery Sti 



H.l. Comer Plu& 





Santa Bosa, Gal, 



We have on hand, at all times, an entirely New and Fine Stock of 



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■mmm!®m wmmmm 



Brand-New " Stylish Turn-Outs," the Best in Town. 

IJfKfrli tawis and f ftujl* g0t«, Saddle §|0*0*& 

Equal, if not superior to, the Stock of any Stable in the 
interior of the State. 



Parties promptly conveyed to any portion of the Country. 



We have also a Large CORRAL, and can accommodate 
large bands of Cattle or Horses. 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO TRANSIENT STOGK. 



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Wit ZARTMAN & CO. 




We hare now on hand and under way a large assortment of 

Family Carriages, Buggies, Express aim Lumber Wagons, 

Of our own manufacture, made of the best material, and put up with especial reference 
to stand the test of the California climate. 

Of our own manufacture, we sell at Eastern card prices. All of our Work Warranted in every respect. 



WmT'^k'MmWmiM. H^H^FAOTWHES. 



The Argus, with commendable enterprise, has been re- 
cently publishing a series of articles on Petaluma manufac- 
tures. The annexed, from.alrecent issue, describes the ex- 
tensive wagon and carriage-making establishment of Wm. 
Zartman & Co. 

The most extensive wagon-making establishment in So- 
noma County, and outside of San Francisco and Sacramento, 
perhaps the most extensive in the State, is of 

WM. ZARTMAN & CO., 

Located at the corner of English and Howard streets. The 
firm consists of Wm. Zartman and D. W. Putnam. Mr. 
Zartman is a pioneer in this business in Petaluma, having 
commenced in 1852 — twenty-two years ago— on the present 
site of the Fifty Cent Store, on Main street, and carried it 
on continually since. He is a blacksmith by trade, and ex- 
ercises supervision over that department of the establish- 
ment. Mr. Putnam is a carriage-maker, and learned his 
trade thoroughly in Western New York. He has charge of 
the business in the wood shop. The buildings occupied by 
the firm fill a space of 130x200 feet, and were erected in 1867. 
The carriage lumber, and other wooden material used by 
Zartman & Co., are procured a year or so before being used. 
After being dressed and shaped for use, every stick which 
has a mortise or tenant is placed in the 

DRY ROOM. 

This is a brick, fire-proof building, 20x25 feet, in which 
a large amount of material is stored. The walls are hollow, 
in order to prevent the entrance of moisture, and a slow fire 
is constantly kept burning during the wet season. Adjoin- 
ing the dry room is the 

STORE ROOM. 

In which is placed the raw material before it is manipulated 
by the workmen. This is also a brick, fire-proof building, 
and about twice the size of the dry room. All the wooden 
material used in the establishment is carefully selected by 
Mr. Putnam, from the importing houses in San Francisco. 
This is a part of the business that requires much care and 
judgment, and for which Mr. Putnam, by his long expe- 
rience, is well qualified. In the part of the building which 
fronts immediately on English and Howard streets, a 

BUSY AND ATTRACTIVE SCENE 

Is constantly presented. In this room is located the steam 
engine which is used in operating the boring machine, band 
saw, and other machinery. The band saw is an ingeniously 
contrived instrument, which, to be fully appreciated, must 



be seen in operation. Next to this department, and front- 
ing on English street, is 

THE BLACKSMITH SHOP, 

In which there are three forges, and five men employed. A 
large stock of the various kinds of iron is kept constantly on 
hand, and everything is thoroughly systematized. In this 
department, as in that last described, the workmen are kept 
employed for several days at a time on one particular kind 
of work. By this means time and labor are economized and 
the business more successfully and profitably conducted than 
it could otherwise be. 

THE PAINT ROOM 

Is in the second story of the building and in charge of H. 
Pimm, who carries on an extensive business in that line. 
His room is 30xt»0 feet, and, at present, contains nearly a 
dozen vehicles. Beneath the paint poom is the 

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 

Or show room, 30x60 feet in size, and fronting on English 
street. There are at present twelve wagons and carriages of 
various kinds in this apartment, and they present a very fine 
appearance. 

In the establishment, but under a different proprietor- 
ship, horse-shoeing is carried on by John Barnes. 

MAGNITUDE OF THE ESTABLISHMENT. 

A good idea of the magnitude of Zartman & Co's manufac- 
tory may be had from the statement that during the year 
1873, they turned out, on an average, one carriage every 
four and one-half days; and sold over eighty vehicles during 
the year. 

Twelve men are employed Summer and Winter. The 
business is constantly increasing and it is expected that 
this year's business will considerably exceed that of any 
previous year. 

All kinds of wheeled vehicles, from the frailest sulky to 
the most ponderous freight wagon are manufactured, but 
buggies and express wagons take the precedence in number. 
Thimble-skeined wagons are mads and sold at Eastern prices. 

The proprietors inform us that during the past year they 
have filled orders from Tehama, Monterey, Colusa, Men- 
docino, Lake, and Los Angeles Counties, and various other 
remote points in this State and Nevada. Over half of the 
wagons manufactured are sent out of the county. 

The value of the vehicles constructed range from $150 to 
$550 each, and the total value of the work turned out last 
year must have been nearly $20,000. 



NAPA, LAKE. SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 101 



KERNS & SHREWSBURY, 

Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable 



CLOVERDALE, 



Sonoma Co., llH ' U California. 




All kinds of Conveyances, Single and Double 
Buggies, Top and Open; Carriages, Hacks and 

Barouches, constantly on hand. , 

Saddle Horses for ladies or gentlemen. Teams 
or Single Horses with Saddle or Buggy, to let by 
the week or month, to families or parties sojourning 
in the town, at very low rates. 



' ' . > t Hi 



Mlfl] 

si mmmv m si 

Or to any point of interest, 

oisr n.E3^.sonsr^.iBi_.Ei terms. 



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CLOVERDALE 



SONOMA CO., 



Having enlarged the above Hotel to twice its former size, and newly 
furnished it throughout, we intend that it shall be one of the best interior 
hotels in the State. 

The Table will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords, 
and we shall spare no pains to insure the comfort of our guests. 

All Passengers and Baggage will be taken from the cars without charge. 

Daily Stages leave the Cloverdale Hotel for Lake and Mendocino 
Counties. 

BYRON & MENIHAN. 



The Best of Accomodations, Attendance and Fake, 

To be obtained either in Cloverdale or elsewhere in Sonoma Co. 



Table of Distances from Cloverdale 



Sanel 18 

Ukiah L . 32 

Calpella 40 

Little Lake 57 

Sherwood Valley 72 

Cahto 78 

Hydesville 173 

Eureka, H. B 198 

Yorkville 20 

Booneville 30 

Calistoga 



TO 

Navarro Ridge 65 

Albion Mills 68 

Little River 73 

Mendocino City 75 

Caspar Creek 80 

Noyo 90 

Ten-Mile River 100 

Kelseyville 24 

Lakeport , ,., 30 

Lower Lake 50 



Caldwell Springs 20 

Bartlett Springs 55 

Geyserville 8 

Healdsburg 18 

Santa Rosa 33 

Petaluma 48 

Donahue 46 

San Francisco 90 

Geyser Springs 14 

Skaggs Springs 12 

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NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 103 

United States Hotel, 

CLOYERDALE, SONOMA CO. CAL. 



H. F. GERKHARDT, . . Proprietor. 



The above Hotel is well situated, and furnished 

with all modern appliances necessary to the 

comfort of its Quests. 

Fine Trees surround the House, producing a grate- 
ful shade, and adding to the beauty 
of the surroundings. 

The Table and Room Aooommodatioas 

MEET EVERY REQUIREMENT. 



two Mtw aw nmmmt cottages, 

a short distance from the Hotel, are owned by Mr. 

G-erkhardt, and are kept for the convenience 

of such as prefer their occupancy. 



»■ FREE OMNIBUS FROM A LLIT R Al NS, ~&L 



104 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIHECTOKY OF 



Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable, 

Messrs. DAVIS I WALHEB, Proprietors, 



Cloverdale, Sonoma County, CALIFORNIA. 




THE BEST VARIETY OF 



0arrtaftw» Bar vutihes and Boad WagmtSj 

To be found in Sonoma County. 



Our Stock of Horses, Single and Double, 

Is equally as Superior as our Wagons. 



«r we: can suit any taste 



Parties or Single Persons conveyed to any part of the country at 

Seasonable Kates. 



A LARGE NUMBER OF SADDLE HORSES, 

FOR LADIES' OR GENTLEMEN'S RIDING. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



105 



AI/F POINT H#TEIj 



JAMES BYRNE, Prop'r. 



@a© @f &e M@et ®©amMtmI S£tmat£@ae» 



AS WELL AS THE 



ABOUT 80 MILES NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



The table is abundantly supplied with the best the market affords. 

GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES. 

A Blacksmith and Wagon Shop, together with a line Stable and Corral, 
in connection with the Hotel, where Stock will receive the best of attention. 

$&» f^Ottff §*<0Ue» 



WILLIAM DIBBLE, Superintendent. 



Full and well assorted stocks of 





HARDWARE, 
B®®t£» SkQM* 8Upp@M» ©tee 



ALL GOODS SOLD OJV REASONABLE TERMS. 



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^jg* 






PETALUMA 



ESTABLISHED 1 1ST 1838. 



txl 



»l 



2,500 FEET OF GLASS!! 



I 



On hand and for sale at the lowest market rates, a large and well selected 

stock: of 

Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees; Evergreen Trees, 
Shrubs and Climbers; Roses, Flowering Shrubs, etc. 
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants in great variety, and 
ready for delivery at all seasons of the year. 



Nurseries* One Mile West of Town. 

Greenhouses and Tree Depot, corner Washington and Liberty Sts. 



Annual Price List published December 1st. Descriptive Catalogues sent free 
on application. 

ADDRESS, 

W. H. & G. B. PEPPER, 

Petaluma, Cal. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 107 



THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OP 



In the County now for sale at 

HEALD & GUERNE'S SAW MILL, 

GUERNEVILLE, SONOMA COUNTY. 

Bills of Lumber Sawed to Order upon the shortest notice, at Lowest Market Bates. 

Lumber Furnished at the Mill as low as any Mill in the County. 

Facilities for doing general Mill Work superior to any Mill on the Coast, 

north of San Francisco. 



DCVX^ix-uLf-aotTirocl* also 

And in fact every kind of Wood Material necessary for Building. 
Lumber from this Mill can be purchased at 



Mendocino Street, Santa Rosa, 

Where Building Material of all kinds can be had at Lowest Rates. 

HEALD & GUERNE'S YARD, 

Opposite Hassett's Mill, West Street, Healdsburg. 



AT THE DEPOT, CLOVERDALE. 

The Patronage of the Public is respectfully solicited. 

HEALD <fc GUERNE, Prop'rs. 



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Zi. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



J. MORROW, Jr. 



B. E, MORROW. 







DEALERS IIST ^ 



HARDWARE 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 



FARM 





\1 



Stoves, Ranges, Lift and Force Pumps. 

Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Sealers in 



^ 



i uraver war©. 



ROOFING, PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING 

PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 
% Opp» Hall of Records, 



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NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES, 109 

SAVINGS BANJ£ 

OF SANTA ROSA, 
SANTA ROSA, ------ CALIFORNIA. 



DHHllH 



Bank of Deposits and Loans. 



President, Cashier, 

A. P. OVERTON. F. G. HAHMAN. 

TRUSTEES. 

A. P. OVERTON, L. W. MILLER, 

DANIEL BROWN, JOHN BROWN, A. RUNYON, 

HENRY WISE, W. A. ELIASON. 



ACCOUNTS KEPT IN GOLD OR SILVER COIN, SUBJECT TO CHECK OR DRAFT. 

Collections and Disbursements made, 
And all Legitimate Banking Business promptly transacted. 

INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS & TRUST FUNDS 

MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITIES. 



San Francisco Correspondent, 

CALIFORNIA TRUST COMPANY. 



Open from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. 

Banking House, "West side of Plaza, 



110 



Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



IBIL,001Vnini£]x_,lZ) 

Floutrxitg Mill. 

The undersigned having recently purchased the above-named Mill, and 
had the same thoroughly 

OVERHAULED AND REFITTED BY 



The well known and experienced Millwright and Machinist, takes this 
method of informing his friends and the public that said 

MILL IS NOW IN PRIME ORDER, 

And that he is prepared to do ALL KINDS OF CUSTOM WORK at short 
notice, and guarantee that he will do as good work as can be done anywhere 
in the country. 

A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. 

WALTER C. PERCIVAL, 

BLOOMTriELD. 



A. S. WRIGHT, M. D. 

Office, Overton's Block, Fourth Street, Opposite Hall of Records, 
SAISTTA. ROSA, OAL. 



iPiEai'^rsioi-A.isr and STj:Fi.a-:Ei02sr, 

Office, Fourth St., opp. Hall of Records, Santa Bosa. 
Catarrh, Consumption and Diseases of the Throat, a specialty. 



STEWART & HALL, 



"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of 

DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS; COAL OIL, 

PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS and PUTTY; 

Also, GARDEN, FRUIT, and FLOWER SEEDS; 
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES and FANCY GOODS. 

These goods are new and fresh, of the best qualities, and will be sold at very low prices. 

Please call and examine the Stock before purchasing elsewhere. 
PRESCRIPTIONS put up with great care, and warranted of the best articles. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. Ill 



no! iehezflie it is. 



The Santa Rosa Press, 

Only $2.SO » Year. 

The (P(RESS is published at Santa (Rosa, Cal., one of the most populous 

towns in Sonoma County. 

Santa Rosa being the County Seat of Sonoma County, it gives the Press 

advantages in the way of 



unsurpassed by other papers not published in Santa Rosa. The Press is a 
new paper, entirely void of politics as far as party is concerned. It will 

Advocate the Rights of the People, and Oppose all Monopolies, 

Cliques, and Factions that try to swindle the people. 
The Press is about One-third Cheaper than any other Paper in the County. 

WE WANT AGENTS 

in every town and village in Sonoma County, to whom we will give pay for 
what they do for us. For further particulars address this office. 

ADVERTISING IN THE PRESS AT EXTREMELY LOW RITES, 

ISTo 0"u.t-tliro6Lt Charges. 
Send for specimen copies — sent free. Address 



Santa Rosa, Cal 



112 L. L. PAULSON'S HAWD-BOOK AND DIBECTOKY OF 

Santa Rosa Bank, 



CAPITAL. /PAID UP/ $300,000 



:Ej. T. ZE^^:R:M::Ej:fu „ . . President. 
O. Q-. ^IIVCIES, ..... Oasliier. 

DIRECTORS: 



JACKSON TEMPLE, 
E. H. BARNES, 



W. E. COOKE, 

DAVID BURNS, 



THOMAS HOPPER. 



INTEREST PAID ON TERM DEPOSITS. 



Buys and Sells Excl\ai\ge, 

Legal Tenders Bought ai\d Sold, 

Collections Made ai\d Prompt f\eturi\s, 
County Orders, Bonds ar\d other Securities Bought; 

Ai\d a General Bar\kii\g Business Transacted. 



Ban Francisco Correspondent :~L0N DON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK, LIMITED, 
New York Correspondent:— DREXAL MORGAN & CO. 



BANKING HOUSE, 

West Side of the Plaza, 



tSstxxta, Rosa. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



113 



WD 

MtTON STATION 




E. A. HOWE, Proprietor. 



DEPOT FOR MARK WEST SPRINGS. 



THE FULTON HOUSE is a new building, 
hard finished throughout; Furniture and bedding 
all new. Livery Stable in connection with the 
house. Stages leave the hotel for Mark West Hot 
Springs on the arrival of trains in the evening, and 
return in time for the down train every morning. 



B. Harter. 



F. M. Spaulding. 




Cor. English and Kentucky Sts., 
PETALUMA, OAL. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 



SECOND HAND WAGONS of all des- 
criptions constantly on hand. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 

Plows made to order and General JoWiing done. 



WILLIAMS & M DON ALL, 

Dealers in. 

CLOTHING-, 

HRQCERIESp PROVISIONS^ 



Crockery, Boots and Shoes, , 

COUNTRY PRODUCE, WOOL, etc., 
taken at the highest market price. 

Call and examine our stoch before purchasing . 



Main Street, WINDSOR. 

J. W. STEVENS, 



DEALER IN 



FLOUR, PEED, 

Contracts taken for any quantity. 

Also, Dealer in the best brands of 



WI: 



I Mil 



TOBACCO, CIGARS, 



AND ALL GOODS OF LIKE CHARACTER. 



Block 2, Fulton Station, 

SONOMA CO., CAL. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



F. M. Caldwell. 



W. S. (Read. 





CALDWELL & 



FOURTH ST_ 7 



Opposite Hall of Records, 



SANTA ROSA, CAL 



DUNCAN'S MILL 

HOTEL, 

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, 
Good Accommodations 

For Travelers and Pleasure-Seekers. 

f is&ing aal Itattag 

On the River. 

The MOUNTAINS ABOUND withGAME. 

As for Scenery, it cannot be Surpassed. 



Post-office and W. F. & Co's Express 
in the Building. 

THOMAS BEACOM, 

Proprietor, 



Watchmaker and Jeweler 



DEALER IN THE 

FINEST JEWELRY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 



I wish to inform the public that I 
am selling at lower prices than the 
same Goods can be purchased for at 
any place west of the Eocky Mount- 
ains. Call and examine for your- 
selves at my place of business in 

Matte rn's Store, 

FOURTH ST, 

SANTA ROSA, CAL., 

Opposite Post-Office. 

L. B. GARDNER. 



Main St., Bloomfield, 

SONOMA CO., CAL., 
DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 




A Good Stock of 

FARM, TEAM AND EXPRESS WAGONS 

Always on hand ; also 

Wagons of any description made to order. 

LUMBER of all kinds FOR SALE. 

Agent for the 

JACKSON MICHIGAN WAG3N, 

AND 

Howe & Home Shuttle Sewing Machines. 

POST-OFFICE IN STORE. 

Bloomfield, Cal. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



115 



MARK WEST Ml SPRINGS. 



FIVE ANB A HALF HOURS FROM SAN FRANCISCO, 



VIA FULTON STATION. 




DIRECT ROUTE, 

SIEAMT/ll 4N^1^©FH 

TO DONAHUE, 

Thence by cars to Fulton Station, connecting at Ful- 
ton with Stages direct to the Springs. 



ONLY FIVE MILES OF STAGING BY THIS ROUTE, 



A daily line of stages connecting with morning and evening trains at Fulton Station, 
leave for Mark West Hot Springs immediately after the arrival of the evening train from 
San Francisco, and return in time for down train each morning. 

FARE— One Way, $1; Round Trip, $1.50. 



Excellent Trout Fishing in the vicinity of the Springs, 



- T^ILSON, 

STAGE PROPRIETOR. 



lie 



L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OP 




^GATES' PATENT.^) 



THE LATEST AND THE BEST PORTABLE BEE-HIVE IN EXISTENCE. 



This Hive was patented in 1873, and is so con- 
structed that the honey, comb, or bee-bread can be 
removed from any part of the hive wilhout molesting 
the bees ; or swarms can be removed from other 
hives, or even from old trees or boxes, to this hive, 
with honey, comb and bee-bread placed therein, suf- 
ficient to start them in business at once. 

It is thoroughly ventilated and does not sweat the 
bees. There is a MOTH-CATCHER attached, which 

IS SURE DEATH TO ALL MILLERS OR MOTHS 

THAT COME AROUND THE HIVE. 



These hives, with bees enclosed, can he removed to any distance with safety. 

A Sample Hive can be seen at Messrs. Shaw & Hoadley's Express 
Office, Cloverdale. 

Farm and Individual Eights, with Sample Hive, Ten Dollars. County 
and Town Eights reasonable. Also, Bees for Sale. 

BEES TRANSFERRED FROM OLD TO NEW HIVES FREE OF CHARGE. 

All those interested in raising bees can make money by using this hive. 



ADDRESS, 

RICHARD COOPER, Agent, 

CLOVERDALE, Sonoma Co., Cal. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 117 

HEALDSBURG. 



B. C. WRIGKHT, - - - - Proprietor. 



This House is a fine three-story brick, containing 40 
Rooms, elegantly fitted up throughout. 

BOARD AND ROOM FURNISHED 

At from $9.00 to $12.00 per week ; per day, $2.00. 



For a Summer Residence, this House affords excel- 
lent accommodations. The drives from this place are 
of a superior character. Trout streams are numer- 
ous, abounding with this gamey fish. 

The newly-discovered Litton Springs are only 
three miles from town, the waters of which are pro- 
nounced fully equal to the Saratoga Congress Waters. 



Leave this House daily for the 



Over the best mountain road in the State, and across the celebrated " Hog's 
Back," affording to the traveler, views and scenery of the grandest charac- 
ter. This road also runs across and within two hundred yards of the newly- 
discovered Quicksilver Mines, viz., Missouri, Oakland, Illinois, Sonoma, Gey- 
ser and Ken tuck. Parties visiting the Geysers will be given an opportunity 
of visiting these mines. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OP 



FIBREiEL'S 



*M 



OYSTER SALOON, 



Fourth Street, Opposite Hall of Records, 



Santa Bosa, Cal. 



JV. B.— Furnished Mooms by the Day or Week. 



Fulton Brothers' 

WAREHOUSE, 

FULTON STATION, 

On N. P. K. B., Sonoma County, 

FOR THE 

STORAGE or GRAIN 



Country Proauce of all terijtions. 



Terms Liberal. Accommodations Good. 



E. H. KOWALSKY, 

DEALER IN 

DRY QOODS, 

CLOTHING, 

Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc. 

GROCERIES, HARDWARE, 



CROCKERY aM QUEENSWARE 



THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



BODEGA CORKERS. 



STAGE, LIVERY 




^lapir 



Corner FIFTH and MENDOCINO STS. 



D. P. POWERS, Proprietor. 



The most stylish turnouts in the county. Especial at- 
tention paid to transient stock. 






NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



119 



LUMBER! LUMBER! 

Fine Body of Timber-over Eleven Hundred Acres. 

LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES. 



untiew 




ARE LOCATED 

Four miles from Freestone, seven and a half miles from Valley Ford, fifteen 
miles from Tomales, eleven miles from Bloomfield, twenty-five miles from 
Petaluma, eight miles from Sebastapol, fifteen miles from Santa Rosa, and 
the roads are the best mill roads in the county. Two new routes now open. 
New roads completed, with no bad hills, to our Mill. 

We have removed our Mill, and re-built and put in new machinery of 
the latest invention in many parts, so as to defy competion. The skillful 
practice we have had among you for the past twelve years as Master 
Mechanics, makes us flatter ourselves that we better understand what variety 
of timber to select for different kinds of work than other mill men. 

The wide-spread reputation of Meeker's Lumber speaks for itself; it is 
cut on short feed and therefore is the smoothest Lumber offered in the mar- 
ket. We have spared no pains or money to make this what every Sawing 
and Planing Mill should do. 

We have on hand the Largest and Best Assortment of Seasoned Lumber ever 

offered in this Market. 

All kinds of Common Lumber, Matched Flooring and Ceiling of Superior Finish, 

dressed both sides, for partitions, Rustic Siding of any pattern, Half-inch Siding 

Rabbeted, Clap Boarding and Common Siding of different varieties, Door and 

Window Jambs, Casings and Trimmings throughout, large assortment 

of Mouldings of every description on hand and worked to order at short 

notice, Fancy Pointed Pickets, Common Pickets, Split Pickets, 

Split Boards or Shakes, Shaved Shingles, and Cord Wood. 

Pine Flooring and Pine Timber a Specialty. 

Bills of Lumber Sawed at short notice, with care and of uniform size. 

Ours are the only Mills prepared to saw long, heavy timber. We saw 
over sixty feet long, and will deliver bills in any part of the county. 

We work ourselves and superintend the business, and with our increased 
and superior facilities, we can guarantee satisfaction both as regards quality 
and prices. 

We are thankful for past favors and hope all will continue them. 



Address, 



M. C. Meeker," 
A. P. Meeker. 



MEEKER BROTHERS, Proprietors, 

Freestone, Sonoma Co. 



120 L. L- PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OP 



FOURTH STREET BOOT AND SHOE STORE 



A. Tk/Lj&JE*T>tt, Proprietor, 

Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in all kinds of 
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA MAZE, 

BOTH WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, 

FOURTH STREET, Opposite Post Office, 

SAlsTTA ROSA. 



A LARGE ARSORTMENT OF 



Mens, Boys' Misses', Children's and Infants' Boots and 
Shoes, always on hand or made to order. 

REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. 

Orders from the country promptly attended to. None but the best material used 
and first-class workmen employed. All work warranted. 



Sole Leather, Calf Skins, Kip Skins, Rasps, Ham- 
mers, Pincers, Lasts, Shoe and Boot Legs, Sheep 
Skins, Topping of all colors, Welt Leather, Webbing, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

SHOE FINDINGS 

For Setl© at Sstm. Pranolsoo UPrioes. 




REMEMBER 

MEADE'S NEW STYLE OF CHILDREN'S SHOE, 

Which keeps the upper from wearing. 

GENTS' FINE FRENCH CALFSKIN BOOTS 

MADE TO ORDER EOR 

».00 and $10.00 a pair. 







NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



121 



READ" 

ROAD MAKING AND DITCHING MACHINE. 




"We ask a careful perusal of this circular by all who are interested in building railroads or common 
roads of any kind; or in leveling the surface of the ground; or in making ditches or levees. We wish to 
place the machine in its true light before the public, using care not to recommend it beyond what we know 
it will do. 

By the use of the engraving we will endeavor to explain how it is operated. The machines, as we 
are now building them, weigh about three thousand pounds and are drawn usually by eight horses. It re- 
quires two men to successfully operate it — one to drive the team, and the other to handle the levers, which 
adjust the scraper to suit the work to be done. 

The scraper can be set at any angle to the draft, and by the use of the levers, either end is raised or 
lowered at the Will of the operator. The pressure of the earth against the scraper has a tendency to push 
the machine to one side — this is counteracted by a short tongue attached to the hind axle, which the operator 
moves with his foot to the right or left, giving direction to the wheels. 

In most places it requires the ground to be first broken up with a plow before the scraper can be used 
with advantage. One machine after another has gone into use in this State, until at the present time they 
are in the hands of many of the most experienced road builders in California. "We do not think it 
would be over estimating the capacity of the machine to say that it will do as much work in the valleys or 
on common mountain roads as two hundred men with shovels. One of the uses for which it is especially 
adapted, is leveling off ground so as to allow water to flow evenly over it for irrigation purposes; when used 
for this purpose, or for leveling road beds after they are thrown up in the center, the scraper is usually 
placed at right angles to the line of travel. By perusing the following letters you will learn how it is liked 
by those who have put it into practical use: 



Chico, June 11, 1874. 
Gentlemen: The Read Road Scraper is a most useful 
invention. The more I use it the better I like it. In a 
word, I have come to regard it indispensable, and to go 
back now to the use of the shovel or the common scraper 
to make turnpikes or road grades, of any kind, would 
seem like returning to the sickle or cradle to harvest 
grain with. Yours truly, JOHN BID WELL. 

Stockton, June 4, 1874. 
Dear Sir: After testing your Scraper on our road for 
the past ten days.we can assure you of its value as a labor 



saving machine. The last four days of its operation it 
has moved 2,800 yards into embankment in good shape, 
notwithstanding many inconveniences. The team used 
consisted of eight horses, and the material was all handled 
three times and a portion of it four. I consider it a great 
saving over the ordinary methods of handling earth, but 
cannot give you the exact proportion that it bears until 
after further work. Yours, etc., 

JAS. D. SCHUYLER, Chief Engineer, 
Stockton & lone Narrow Gauge R. R. Co. 
H. B. PLATT, Contractor. 



"We could give more references but prefer that parties interested should examine the Scraper and satisfy 
themselves of what it will do. For further particulars address 



J. A. KLEISER,Cloverdale, Sonoma 0o.,0al. 



Township ai Single Machine Riffhts for sale ; also Contracts taken for Graflinc Roafls, &c. 



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122 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOQK AND DIRECTORY OF 



tf<»w 30*ily $t«g^ S4»0 



TO TX3IHJ OIE^E^T 



PINE FLAT 

aUICKSILTER DISTRICT. 



JOHN A. MARTIN, Proprietor. 




Leaving Pine Flat at 4 P. M., connects at Healdsburg 
with San Francisco trains. 

This will give persons desiring to make a quick 
trip, two and a half hours in the city, and yet allow 
of their return to Pine Flat the same day. 



In point of beauty, the Scenery on this route is 

EQUAL TO THAT OF THE GEYSERS. 
Any one fistful to visit these mines, can nowi so cheaply and expeflitionsly. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



123 



HOLLY & MAGOON, 



-AN] 



DEALERS IN 

Plows, Harrows, 

PAINTS, OILS, ETC. 

AGENTS FOR 

Sclmlter Wagon, 

Buckeye Reaper, 
Randall Rake, 

Humboldt Washing Machine, etc. 
STONY POINT, 

SONOMA CO., Cal. 

Big Valley House 

BLOOMFIELD, SONOMA CO., CAL. 

«•> ■ 

0. 1 LEFEBVRE, PROPRIETOR. 



The Best of Accommodations Afforded 
all who pass this way. 

Connected with the House is a fine 

Billiard ialooi aai Bar, 

"Which is stocked with the best 

WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. 



3^- The Stage from Petuluma 
and Bodega stops at the Hotel 
every day. 



JOSEPH ROSENTHAL, 

North side of Plaza, Myers' Row, 
HEALDSBURG, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 




METALS, 




I 





I 



Miners' Implements, etc. 



All kinds of Lift and Force Pumps for 
sale and put up in the best style. 



Railroad House, 



> i T\ ■ 



t, 



HEALDSBURG. 



9 



Wines, Liquors & Cigars. 



Best Accommodation for Travelers* 



R. GILBRIDE, 

PROPRIETOR. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOBY OF 



MIS. LIB 



The Largest and Best Assortment 

of Seasoned Lumber in the 

country can be had 



GIFFORD'S MILL, 

Only 8 miles from Sebastopol, 
ON DUTCH BILL CREEK. 



Lumber delivered to any part of the 
country, or at the Mill, at the lowest 
market price. 



F. M. GIFFORD, 

PROPRIETOR. 



FULTON HOUSE, 

FULTON STATION, 



Sa Fi & Ni Pa Rt m 



FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS 

PEED & LIVERY STABLE 

In connection with the House. 

A Daily Line of Stages connects -with 

morning and evening trains from 

San Francisco, for 

MARK WEST HOT SPRINCS. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION, via Fulton Station, 
making the trip and returning the same day; am- 
ple time given at Springs for bath, dinner, etc. 

E. A. HOWE, Prop'r. 



FRED LONG'S 
Will 




'4^1 



■ai 



BODEGA CORNERS, 

SONOMA 00., CAL. 
600D ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELERS. 



S. BROOKS. 



L. Q. NAY. 



PLANING MILL 



&« <C« MAT & 

PROPRIETORS. 
Manufacturers of* 



louUino, Brackets, Boies, etc, 



TURNERS 03B» "WOOD. 



Job Work and Repairing of all kinds 



PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Washington St., East Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



125 



si™ 



Contractor and Builder, 



MANUFACTUKEK OF 



B St I O K 



AND DEALER IN — 



Mm® § PI a ster #1 Puis, 



ja.i\rx> oE3MDE32\r«r , ? 



Uorth Eealdslrarg. 

We H* 11111 



mmi$ 



WEST STREET, 



HHALD S1BURC3- 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



fine mm mm, 



ue immL m 

AND FRUIT. 



Also Stock of Goods such as appertain to a General 
Variety Store. 

All Newspapers and Leading Periodicals 
Constantly on Hand. 



Call and Examine the Quality of our Goods, 
and Prices. 



Orders Filled wile Accuracy and Dispatch. 



T. F. HUDSON, 




RIDGWAY BLOCK 

(Next Door to Savings Bank) 

Santa Rosa, Oal. 



MK. HUDSON", Pharmaceutist and Chemist, 
would respectfully inform the public that he has 
opened a Store upon the "West side of the Plaza, 
where he will keep constantly on hand a Complete 
Stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, and 
Pure Liquors for medical use. 

Extreme care will be used in the Filling of Pre- 
scriptions, and every effort be made for the per- 
fect satisfaction of patrons. 



G. J. WIEBEItTS, 

(Late of St. Louis, Missouri,) 
HAS OPENED A NEW 

GMERY STOEE 



N. E. COR. PIPER & SHERIDAN STS. 

and respectfully invites purchasers to give him a 
call, feeling assured that he can satisfy them in 

MR. WIE BERTS hopes, by fair and honorable 
dealing, to share a portion of the public patronage. 
His motto will be 

CHEAP FOR CASH. 



Country Produce taken at the Highest Market 
Kates, 



Gr. J - . WIBBBRTS, 

Healdsburg. 



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Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



PETALUMA WEEKLY ARGUS 



WESTON, SCUDDER & CO., Proprietors. 

J. H. McNabb, H. L. Weston, N. W. Seudder. 

Office in McCune's Hall, corner of Main and Washington Streets. 



THE PETALUMA ARGUS, 

The Largest paper in the Third Congressional District, is published every 
Friday evening at the following rates : 

One Copy per Year, in advance, by mail, - 

Two Copies, (to same person), ------ 

One Copy Six Months, -------- 

One Copy Three Months, -------- 

One Copy per Year sent East, ------ 



$4 OO 


7 OO 


2 25 


1 25 


3 OO 


$24 OO 


41 25 


50 OO 



CLUB RATES. 
Club of Eight, to one Postoffice, ------ 

Club of Fifteen, to one Postoffice, - 

Club of Twenty, to one Postoffice, ------ 

Any person forming a Club will receive a paper free for one year. 
Payments for Club Subscriptions will invariably be required in Advance. 

RATES OF ADVERTISING. 



SPACE. 



FOUR LINES 

SIX LINES 

ONE SQUARE 

QUARTER COLUMN. 

HALF COLUMN 

One Column 



1 Week. 


1 Month. 


3 Months. 


6 Months. 


$ 50 


$1 50 


$3 00 


$5 50 


75 


2 OO 


4 00 


7 OO 


1 50 


4 OO 


7 00 


12 00 


5 OO 


8 OO 


12 50 


24 OO 


9 00 


15 OO 


24 00 


48 00 


15 00 


25 OO 


45 OO 


90 00 



1 Year. 



$io OO 

12 00 
20 00 
46 OO 
96 00 
180 00 



Special Notices- — One-Quarter more than regular rates. 

Notices appearing in Local Columns, 20 cents per line. 

Advertisements not inserted for a Specified Time, will be Charged for 
until Ordered Out. 

Marriages, Births, and Deaths published Free of Charge, and Obituaries 
and Resolutions at Five Cents per Line. 



All Communications should be Addressed to 

WESTON, SCUDDER & CO., 



NAPA. LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 127 



CO THE CO 



Russian River Flag, 



'» K7« 



PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 
HEALDSBURG, SONOMA. COUNTY, OAL, 



Subscription, $4 per year; if Paid in Advance, $3. 

Fractional parts of a year in the same ratio. 



THE ADVERTISING RATES ARE LOWER, 

IN PROPORTION TO THE CIRCULATION, 

Than those of any other newspaper pIM in the Third Concessional District 

NO OBJECTIONBLE ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED ON ANY TERMS. 




*^ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ^^ 



<3^= EXECUTED 

PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND AT THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES. 



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L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OP 





SEBASTOPOL, 

SONOMA 00. 



# 






7 MILES WEST 

OF SANTA EOSA. 



Good Hunting and Fishing in the Vicinity. 

MEALS FOR STAGE PASSENGERS AND OTHERS AT ALL HOURS. 

The Furniture of the House is new, with spring 
mattresses on beds. 

Pleasure-seekers will find the above an agreeable 
resort. Charming scenery and beautiful drives from 
the Hotel. 

TABLE SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST IN THE MARKET. 

MEALS TO ORDER AT ALL HOURS. 

Stages start from the House for all prominent points. 

W. C. HOPKINS, Proprietor. 



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•<©a^ 



PINE FLAT, SONOMA CO., OAL. 



GEORGE M. REEVES, Proprietor. 



Mr. Reeves having retired from the management of 
the St. Charles Hotel, at St. Helena, and accepted the 
proprietorship of the above-named establishment, de- 
sires to make known his change to his former patrons 
and friends. The Hotel will be conducted upon a gen- 
erous principle throughout, nothing being neglected 
which can minister to the comfort of his guests. The 
House is being enlarged, and will be of sufficient capac- 
ity to accommodate all comers. 



is a thriving town, located in the center of the Quick- 
silver Mining interest, and all called thither by curi- 
osity or business, may be certain of better accomoda- 
tions than can be found in any mere mining town or 
camp in the country. 



PEOMPT ATTENTION, 

GOOD ACCOMODATIONS, and 

MODERATE CHAKGES, 

it®. 1. Beeves, Proprietor Thompson Hotel. 

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130 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



•iMtttte ws$t 

HOT SPRINGS, 

• ii Hours from San Francisco. 



DIXUECT ROUTS 

By Hf®am®p **jjittelfipe*' 

to Donahue; thence by Oars, connecting at Santa 
Rosa or Fulton with Stages Direct to the Springs. 



The water is considered, by those who have tried it, the Best on the 
Pacific Coast. The Cold Iron Springs contain no mineral but Iron, 
which is very strong and consequently builds up the system. 

The Mountain Scenery is lovely, being at an elevation of nearly 
Four Hundred Feet above the Valley of Santa Rosa. 



Excellent Trout Fisling in Vicinity of Springs. 



*« §1W§@1» Firepsiet®?. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



131 



BEST HARNESS ! BEST SABBLES ! 



^f'JSK?^ 



Were Awarded at our Last District Fair the 

FIRST PREMIUM 



^^ 



M Mi % Harness, M %1§ Buggy Harness, 

BEST S?AWIStt SADDLE, 

AND THE 

BEST EXHIBITION OF HARNESS AND SADDLERY GOODS. 

JAS. R. HILL & CO'S 

CELEBRATED CONCORD HARNESS. 

"We nave sold their Harness for the last seven years, and we pronounce them to be superior in style 
and durability to any other Eastern Harness. We keep a complete assortment of them. 



TO GLOYE MAKERS.- We have an extra lot of BUCKSKINS. 



We are constantly receiving FRESH SUPPLIES of our Goods from the East, and 

we propose to sell at the 

XTEIVST LOWEST PRICES. 



CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND REPAIRING. 

Having a Pirst-Class Carriage Trimmer in our employ, we are prepared to do as 
good work, and at Lower Rates than can be done in San Francisco. 



GOTINN <£ BRAIHERD, 

"V<7"a,sl3.irLstori. Street, I=»eta.lvixxia-. 



132 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 




Sonoma Co., Cal. 



BUGGIES, 




CARRIAGES, 



SJkJDIDI-.IE HORSES, 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

Furnished on the shortest notice. 

Parties conveyefl to any portion of tie country at tie most reasonable rates. 



Stages leave for tiie Geysers at 7 o'clock, A. M. daily. 

:e*-a.:o_:e, $3.00. 



Stages leave for Skaggs' Springs at 7 o'clock, A. M., daily. Fare $1.50, 

Good Coaches, Good Stock, Good Drivers. 

Patronage Solicited. Entire satisfaction guaranteed. 



Proprietor Geyser Livery Stable, 



Main Street, Healdsburg. 



! 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



133 



J. G. THOMPSON & BRO. 



DEALERS IN 



General Merchandise 




DRY Q O O D S , 



iiquoim, TOSA00O MB aGAHS, 

Boots and Shoes, Hardware, 

Croctayw are, Blankets, Mil k, Drop, Chemicals, k, General FnroisMi Goods. 



|!jfl TiIiiUBjI 



'• 



And a Full Stock of 



Coods <o$ all sOes^rlf ll<o»»^ 

TO THE YALUE OF $30,000, ALL NEW. 



MINING GOODS WE GIVE ESPECIAL ATTENTION. 



134 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTORY OF 



MISS r. OLASK 



9' 



POPULAR LINES 




STA6ES 



FROM SAITA ROSA TO CALISTOGA, 
FROM SANTA ROSA DIRECT TO MARK WEST SPRINGS, 

FROM SANTA ROSA TO GUERNEVIIXE, 

(By way of Forrestville.) 




I 

Is now making Daily Trips from SANTA EOSA to CALISTOGA, by way of MAKK WEST HOT 
SPEINGS, THE COAL MINES, and PETKIFIED FOEEST. This Stage leaves Santa Kosa 
immediately after the arrival of the Morning Train from HEALDSBUEG, arriving at CALISTOGA 
at 11 A. M.; Eeturning, it leaves CALISTOGA at 2 P. M., arriving at SANTA EOSA at 5:30 P.M., 
connecting with the Evening Train for HEALDSBUEG and CLOVEEDALE. 
ME. CLAEK has also established another Line, running from 

SANTA ROSA TO MARK WEST HOT SPRINGS, 

Leaving SANTA EOSA on the arrival of the Evening Train from San Francisco, at 6 p. m. ; returning 
will leave the SPEINGS the following morning in time to connect with the Train leaving Santa Eosa for 
San Francisco at 7:22 a. m. 

A New Line has also been inaugurated between 

SANTA ROSA AND GTJERNEVIIXE, 

via FOEESTVILLE, leaving SANTA EOSA TUESDAYS, THUESDAYS and SATUED AYS, just 
after the arrival of the Morning Train from HEALDSBUEG, arriving in GUEENEVILLE at 12 m.; 
leaving GUEENEVILLE at 2 o'clock p. m., connecting at SANTA EOSA with Evening Train for 
HEALDSBUEG and CLOVEEDALE. 

These Stages are perfectly appointed in every respect, tho most approved and Comfortable Style of 
Coach being used. 

The Stock is good ; the drivers being trusty and experienced. 



THESE LINES ARE C0IME1ED TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. 



MIES F® GLABE, Proprietor. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



135 



P. F. NIIb 




ak» smwmvm, 

Also Dealer in 

Watches, Jewelry, Clocks 5 Silyer-Platefl fare 

SPECTACLES, Ac. 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Promptly 
Repaired, and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



FUIil, STOCK OF 

FARCY GOODS AND STATMERY 

Constantly on Hand. 

RIDGWAY BLOCK, "WEST OF PLAZA, 

Next door to Santa Rosa Savings Bank, 
SANTA ROSA, CAL. 



C. H. BUMPUS. 






MENDOCINO STREET, 

SANTA ROSA, GAL. 



MR. BUMPUS takes this occasion to inform 
the residents of Santa Eosa and vicinity that he 
is ready at any time to prepare plans and speci- 
fications for Public Buildings, Churches, School- 
Houses, Hospitals, Dwelling-Houses, &c. He 
will also contract with private parties for the con- 
struction of Mansions, Cottages, or for any de- 
scription of Buildings they may require, from 
plans furnished him, or from those of his own 
drawing, as they may prefer. No charge made 
for plans and specifications where he is engaged as 
builder. 

Mr. Bumpus would refer parties to his work, 
as the best testimony bearing upon his capability, 
many specimens of which exist in Santa Rosa, 
among which may be mentioned the Pacific 
College. 



BUD80R 4K WAHD-, 



PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. 



LUMBER YARD 



j^lsTJD 




ISTofLX? tlxo Depot, 3BC3E3 A IjPfi&BTJJELCar. 

"We are Prepared to Furnish all Kinds of 

Building Materials ! 

Such as Mouldings, Brackets, Window-Frames, Rustic, 
Flooring, Shingles, and Fancy Pickets. 



Mi 



% TO WB%% 



136 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



J. KING. 



R. KING. 



I 



MJO 



9 






COR. OF WEST and 




NORTH STREETS, 



HEALD8BURG-, 



SONOMA CO., CAL. 



w m 



AS WELL AS 



BUGGIES FOE MOUNTAIN TRAVEL. 



GOOD STOCK ON HAITO AT ALL TIMES. 



e Horses or Teams ? 

AND 

Bftmit tfOipSES foil MD'ISft #W5 (jEimEWTSW. 



Horses Let on as Reasonable Terms as at any stable in 

the Country. 



PARTIES CONVEYED QUICKLY AND CHEAPLY TO ANY PAST OF THE 

COUNTRY. 



Our "Turnouts" are all Stylish, New and Neat. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



137 



CUSTOM MILLS, 

Maim S*#* lEeaMifeiirfft 

SOXOMA CO., CAL. 

Carruthers & Co,, Prop's 



We have purchased the above prop- 
erty, and are prepared to do a 

GENERAL MILLING BUSINESS. 



"We have on hand at all times a Large 
Stock of Popular Brands of . 

CORN MEAL, OAT MEAL, SHORTS, BRAN, 



HEALD'S HOTE 



ONE MILE NORTH OF CLOYERDALE, 

At the Junction of Lake and Mendocino County Roads. 



THE BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS 

For Travelers and Tourists. 



Apartments Comfortably and Ele- 
gantly Furnished, 



TABLE WELL AND ABUNDANTLY SUPPLIED. 



A Commodious Feed Stable is at hand, where 
Horses will receive careful attention. 

MR. HEALD is situated in the most beautiful 
portion of OAT VALLEY, and persons seeking a 

PLBASANT MSSM, 

would do well to visit him. 



18 



H.SCHIERHOLD 

Importer and Manufacturer of 




FOBEJ0N AM) DOMESTIC 

CIGARS 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER. 

MAIN STREET, PETALUMA. 



H. WINKLE 




,, m mn w* mi 






24 Miles South of Santa Rosa, 

F. 0. Sonoma, Sonoma Co., Gal., 

Is engaged in Growing all Popular 
Varieties of 



■sa Jm 



Also, in Manufacturing the Best Quali- 
ties of 

r T0BIIA WIIIS 

AND BRANDIES. 



fines anil Brandies for Sale in Quantities. 



138 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OF 



W. H. BAGAN. 



A. L. FISHES. 





Jr 



PBtPBiEWWi^^o 







mm 

WORKS 



TO THE PUBLIC. 

The undersigned having formed a co-partnership under the name of 
FISHER & RAG AN, for the purpose of carrying on the Marble business at 
the Santa Rosa Marble Works, on Fourth Street, near the Depot, in the city 
of Santa Rosa, are prepared to furnish 

of the very best American and Italian Marble. Also, all kinds of sandstone 

work done to order. 



It HtV Bl »lill¥l» ®¥ VBATBUHt AGUM. 

We employ no agents, therefore no extra charge of twenty per cent, is added 

for selling. 

NONE BUT THE VERY BEST WORKMEN ARE EMPLOYED. 

We guarantee satisfaction to all who favor us with their patronage. 

Please call and examine our stock and work before purchasing elsewhere, 
and by so doing you will patronize home industry and home manufacture. 

FISHER & EAGAN, 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



139 




Orchard and Nursery 



SITUATED 



41 MILES NORTH OF HEALDSBURG, 

ON THE CLOVERDALE MO AID, 

Has always on hand the Choicest Varieties of 




^MWVf TSttSS 



Trees grown in this Nursery do better for all locations than those from 
low or irrigated nurseries. 

The varieties of PEACH I am propagating are free from the "curl," 
and experience has taught me that the only way to avoid the " curl," is to 
raise the varieties which are positively known to be free from the disease. 

My Orchard and Vineyard contain the 

BEST VARIETIES OF FRUIT. 

All customers for Fruit or Trees will be properly and promptly 
waited upon. 

My CHERRY TREES are remarkable for fine fruit, and early and 
prolific bearing. 

My experience in the Nursery business stretches over a period of 
Twenty-Five Years, sixteen of which have been devoted to Fruit Culture 
in this State. 



W 



P. O. Address, HEALDSBURGh 



140 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 







PROPRIETOR. 



LIES HALF WAT BETWEEN 
MAEK WEST HOT SPHrNTGSO 



"^PCNUA^ 



SONOMA COUNTY. 

It can be reached by Stage on arrival of trains at 
Santa Rosa, Fulton or Calistoga. 



DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THIS WONDERFUL FOREST. 



For frill description, see 

" PETRIFIED FOREST," 

in descriptive matter of Sonoma Co. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 141 



THE 



Sonoma Democrat 



9homa$ $■« TF«0»l*»0», 



PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. 



PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 



WEST SIDE OF PLAZA, SANTA ROSA 



TUMI § 
One Year, $4r.OO; Six Months, S2.50. 



Rates of 



■ ■ 

1 



One Square of 250 ems (ten lines of nonpareil), first insertion, . . $1.50 

Each additional insertion up to four, 2.00 

Each subsequent insertion, 35 

Special Contract Rates with Regular Advertisers. 



142 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



W0GENTRY ' "TlT ® Jiff An w ' m ^- rr,s ' 

Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in ^w 

SADDLES & HARNESS 





OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 

f Santa Rosa, Oal. 




Omr fttotto is u T# S4v« &m& &+t Uv+» ! 



"EQUALITY TO ALL MEN, 



19 



We being willing to share our profits alike with the farming community and 

the public generally. 



We feel assured in announcing to the citizens of Sonoma and the surrounding country — 

That if they will, for once, give us a call and examine our immense stock of goods, and learn 
our prices, they will be convinced that traveling further to find a cheaper and better article would 
be a useless expenditure of time and money. As we are constantly importing goods direct from 
Eastern manufactories, we keep and intend keeping on hand a large stock of 

Harness, Saddles, Robes, Whips, Whip Stocks, Lashes, 

Bridles and Spurs, Biding and Driving Gloves, 

In fact everything belonging to a first-class Harness and Saddlery establishment, all of which we 
purpose selling on the most reasonable terms. 

BUGGIES & WAGONS NEATLY TRIMMED IN LATEST STYLES. 

None out the Best Santa Cruz and Eastern Leather Used. 



A LIBERAL DISCOUNT MADE FOR CASH. 



We return our sincere thanks to the public for their former patronage, and 
hope to merit a continuance of the same. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



143 



GL W 



m 



V 



BRASS 



RON FOUNDER 



AND MACHINIST, 

KELLER St., near Washington, PETALUMA, Cal. 



Manufacturer of 




W00DW0BTH BAKE HMROW, 

FROM BOTH IRON AND WOOD ; Also, the 

Of all styles, -with latest improvements; 

Cast Plows, Wheels for Wheelbarrows, Churn Flanges of all sizes, 

Horse Powers of various kinds, Iron Wheels for mounting Powers, 
Cheney's Patent Power Brake for Horse Powers, 

Extras for Horse Powers and Threshers— for 10 and 12 -horse, 

AND ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE OF AGRICULTURAL REQUIREMENT 
Made or Repaired at short notice. 



144 Ij. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOKY OF 





LI 




K> 



West St. Livery, Feed and Sale 



TABL 

West Street, North, Healdsburg, 

SONOMA COUNTY, GAL. 




Mr. POE would call attention of the people of Healdsburg and the 
vicinity to the fact that he has just purchased this business from Mr. J. 
Poe, and will keep at all times for their use first-class Stock, Single 
Horses and Double Teams ; also horses trained to the saddle. Unexcep- 
tionable conveyances, in the form of Open and Top Single and Double 
Buggies, Carriages and Mountain Wagons of all descriptions. 

Boarding Horses and Teams Attended with Extreme Care. 

PARTIES CONVEYED TO ANY POINT WITHOUT LOSS OF TIME, 
And £t/t Brogtll Expense. 

All are invited to give me a call, and may be assured of polite attention 

and entire satisfaction. 

:hs. zf>o:e- 

remember west street stables, 

West Street, North, of Slough, Healdsburg. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



*144 



WASHINGTON HOTEL 



-AND- 



RESTAURANT, 



ashington si, Pitolw 

SONOMA CO., CAL 



MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 

THE BEST ROOMS 

AND 

To be found anywhere in the country. 



L. DeMARTIN", Proprietor. 



C. M. TENNY. 



J. W. TERRY. 



TERRY & TENNY, 

WEST ST., HEALDSBURG, SONOMA CO. 



Manufacturers and Dealers 
in all kinds of 




rvsitiT.fr-s 



MATTRESSES, SPRING BEDS, 

(Mrs, Bureaus, Chamber Sets, &c. 

COOKS PATENT WIRE BED BOTTOM 

Also, Lane's Patent Curled Wool Mattress, 

Possessing all the Qualities of the Curled Hair at much 
Less Cost. 



UNDERTAKING 

Given prompt and careful attention. 

All kinds of FURNITURE Neatly and 
Cheaply Repaired. 



A. KILLAN. 



J. PAYNE. 



PETALUMA 

Cheese Manufactory. 



The only Cheese Manufactory based 

on the Eastern principle, in the 

State of California. 

Situated on Petalnma Creek, One Mile Soutn of Petalnma. 



EPH 



i 



PROPRIETORS. 



"We are prepared to manufacture 
1200 gallons per day, into cheeses 
weighing from lOlbs. to 701bs. 

In quality, flavor and price, we are 
unexcelled by any establishment upon 
the Coast. 



SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. 



CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL AND WELLS, 
FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS. 



Having purchased of Miller & Getz 

THE ■ 

COAST STAGE LINE 

We hereby inform the public, that, until further 
notice, Stages will 

LEAVE PETALUMA DAILY, 

Sundays excepted, for 

BLOOMFIELD, VALLEY FORD AND 
BODEGA, 

Upon arrival of the Evening Train, connecting at Bodega 
with Stages for Duncan's Mills, Fort Ross, Fisherman's 
Bay, Point Arena, and other points up the Coast. 

Returning, will leave Bodega every morning at 4 o'clock 
sharp, Mondays excepted. 

On Sundays, will leave^Bodega at 11 a. m., connecting 
with the Excursion Train for San Francisco. 
All orders promptly attended to. 

W. W. GIL.HAM, Prop'r. 



*145 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



PETALUMA FOUNDRY, 



THE ONLY STOVE FOUNDRY ON THE PACIFIC COAST, 



€• W* TW$J€* 





SPECIAL LUES OF C00KIN& STOVES : 

THE AJLLIAJSTCE, 

THE TJNTOTST, 

THE ACADA, 

Also, the celebrated EVA PARLOR STOVE, with two sizes of Box Heating Stoves. 



All kinds of Stove Castings made to order. Repairing done at reasonable figures. 
All work submitted will receive prompt attention. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



145 



Name. 



Atkins W G 

Allison E ■ 

Andrews P 

AMESOG 

Arnold G W 

Adams J Q 

Aubrey Wm 

Allen 

Ashley G G 

ALLEN O S 

ATTERBURY "WM B. 

Aramann L 

Armstrong S 

Atkins P A 

Allen Geo F 

Andrews Clark 

Atwater H H 

Aiken Wm E 

Andrews J 

Abraham Peter 

Ashley C 

Adell MrsF 

Angle J 

Amos D 

Acton Wm 

Armstrong J 

Averell.A 

Aldridge Wm 

Aguillon C , 

Altmark H 

ALLEN DR B B 

Andrews G W 

Arthur C K 

Appleton Eev John 

AchuffDr 

Ames Mrs Lucy 

Avery Rev H E 

Ally Geo 

Allen WP 

ALBERTSON J 

Allen Mrs L M 

Apply P 

Aiken T 

Abraham 

Adamson W H 

Adamson H P 

Anderson C 

Ambos A 

Akers S 

Akers M 

Agnew S J 

Andrew 

Alexander N 

APPLETON H 

Austin Wm 

Aftam C 

Andrews R 

Ayers Wm 

Ayers D 

Andrews W C , 

Arpten C P 

Axter J 

Allen D , 

Allen R 

Adamson J 

Averell A 

Ashcraft J , 

Austin J 

Ashcraft J 

Abbey R 

Arnold W J 

ALEXANDER CHAS. 

" 19 



Occupation. 



Saloon , 

Bar Room 

Billiard Room. 
Cashier Bank.. 

Miller 

R R Agent 

Carpenter 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Physician 

Cashier Bank.. 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Blacksmith 

Paint Store 

Clerk 

Cashier 

Barkeeper 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Fireman 

Dressmaker .... 

Saddler 

Dairyman , 

Teacher 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Vintner 

Merchant 



Hotel 

Merchant 

M E Minister. 



Pres Minister... 

Laborer 

Mechanic 

Carpenter 

Millinery Store . 



Gunsmith. 
Merchant , 
Minister .. 
Farmer ... , 
Farmer .... 
Dairyman. 
Farmer .... 
Teamster.. 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Vintner.... 
Vintner.... 
Laborer.. . 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer 
Farmer ... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer ... , 
Farmer .... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer .... 



Place of Business. 



Main Street 

Fourth & Mendocino 

Fourth Street 

W side Plaza 



R R Depot. 



Main Street... 
W side Plaza 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main and English, 
Main Street 



Liberty and Prospect. 



Vine Street.... 
W side Plaza 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



West Street. 



Washington Street. 
West Street 



4 m SW Sonoma 

4 m SW Sonoma 

5 m SW Sonoma 

Main Road 

Main Road 

Lakeville Road 

St Louis Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Green Leaf Vineyard 
Seb.&BloomfdRoad 

Petal uma Road 

Pet & Bl'd Tel Road 
Pet & Bl'd Stage Road 
Pet & Bl'd Stage Road 

Blutcher Valley 

Blutcher Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Lake Ranch 

I m S Petaluma 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 

l£ m S Healdsburg.... 

Mark West Creek 

Maacama Creek 



Residence. 



Second Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Main Street 

First Street 

First Street 

Mendocino Street 

Mendocino Street 

A Street , 

E Street 

Keller Street 

Sixth Street 

English Street 

English Street 

Eand Fourth 

Sixth bet C and D 

Third Street 

Washington Street.... 
Liberty and Prospect. 

Eighth Street 

Sixth Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

I Street 

off Napa Street 



Main Street 

I m on Bodega Road. 
Wilson's Exchange ... 

Pleasant Street 

Pleasant Street 

Main Street 



Matteson Street. 
Tucker Street ... 



West Street , 

Washington Street , 

West Street 

Geyser Street 

26 m S Santa Rosa , 

26 m S Santa Rosa 

27 m S Santa Rosa 

26 m S Santa Rosa , 

26 m S Santa Rosa , 

24 m S Santa Rosa , 

24 m S Santa Rosa , 

17 m S Santa Rosa , 

20 m S Santa Rosa , 

10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

11 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

14 m S W Santa Rosa . 
8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

8 SW Santa Rosa 

10 m SW Santa Rosa. 
10 m SW Santa Rosa. 
3 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

3 m E Santa Rosa 

3 m NE Santa Rosa..., 
3 m E Santa Rosa 

15 m NW Santa Rosa. 
10 m N Santa Rosa.... 

16 m N" Santa Rosa 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol . 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford 

Valley Ford 

Smith's R'ch 

Guernville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol . 

Bloomfield. 

Two Rock. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Healdsburg. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOBY OF 



Name. 



Allison Geo 

Adamson E 

Anderson A , 

Ames TM 

Atford Wm 

Arnold J , 

Anderson J 

Adams J 

Agnew Jas 

Adam P 

ACKER R W 

ANDERSON THOS. 

ARKELLS S J 

Annis Wm 

Ackerman N B 

Adams H 

Atchley Geo 

Allen TP 

Arthur J 

Adams F A , 

Andrews T 

Archer Daniel 

Allison Geo "W 

Allen Jas K 

AUSER ELIJA 

Adams Wilson 

Allen Geo 

ABSHIER J H 

Allen Wm T 

Archer Kobt 

Archer John 

Archambau P T 

ADAMSON W H.... 

ANSPAOK H F 

AURADON J 

Bowles Wm 

Bean J 

Beckner Wm 

Bumstead E 

Bradley SH 

BondWH 

Bond K L 

Branthaver D 

BENTON DR A S ... 

Barnes G J 

Bowen D W 

BeattieG W 

Burkhalter J 

Barnes Wm 

Boggs Bros 

Boggs L W Jr 

Boggs A M 

BRENDEL F W 

BAKER H 

Baker Wm 

Brown J 

Barnes Mrs J A , 

Butler James 

BEHUNIN P M 

Badger L 

BOORMAN BROS... 

BOORMAN S H 

BOORMAN B R 

Burnett G 

Boyce Dr J F 

BUMPUS O H 

Bailey Rev N A 

Blake Alex 

Blair Thos 

BallouOR 

Brown J 

Boettcher F 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Teacher 

Laborer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Lumberman.. 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Clerk , 

Wheelwright. 

Miner 

Miner 

Carpenter , 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.. 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Miner 

Farmer 



Furniture 

Teamster 

Retail Liquor. 
Carpenter 



Builder 

Engineer 

Physician 

Painter 

Teamster 

Butcher 

Lawyer 

Clerk 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Rest & Bakery... 
Wagon Maker... 
Wagon Maker... 
Justice of Peace 

Millinery 

Saloon 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Millers 

Miller 

Miller 

Minister 

Physician 

Architect 

Minister 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Butcher 

Wagonmaker.... 



Place or Business. 



l\ m SW Healdsb'g 
3 m S Healdsburg .. 
3 m W Forrestville 

Green Valley 

Pleasant Hill 



Freestone Valley 



Fort Ross 

Timber Cove Ridge.. 

1 m NW Bodega 

Santa Rosa & S P R . 
Santa Rosa & S P R. 
2£ m NW Petaluma. 
9 m NW Petaluma.. 

Freestone 

Main Street 

Missouri Mine 

Edith Mine 

Main Street 

Georgia Mine 

Calistoga Road 

Dry Creek Valley.... 
Cloverdale Road 



East County Road.... 
Lake County Road ... 
Dry Creek Valley.... 
Dry Creek Valley.... 
Dry Creek Valley .... 
Dry Creek Valley.... 

Cloverdale Road 

Geyserville 

Cloverdale 

Dry Creek Valley.... 



Fourth Street. 



Fourth Street. 



Fourth Street 

Main Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Mendocino Street 

Fourth and B Streets 

Fourth Street , 

Wilson Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Third Street 

Mendocino Street. 



Residence. 



17 m NW Santa Rosa 

16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

1 5 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
20 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

2 m NW Santa Rosa... 
40 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
48 m N W Santa Rosa.. 

18 m SW Santa Rosa... 
5 m SW Santa Rosa... 
4 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa- 



Main Street 

29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
23 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
6£ m NE Healdsburg.. 
l| m SW Healdsburg.. 

2 m N Healdsburg 

30 m NW Healdsburg 

5 m E Cloverdale 

1\ m N Cloverdale 

8 m W Cloverdale 

6 m NW Healdsburg... 

3 m NW Healdsburg... 
3 m NW Healdsburg... 
2 m NW Geyserville... 

Geyserville 

US Hotel 

7 m NW Healdsburg... 



Fifth Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

Humboldt Street. 
Humboldt Street. 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Third Street 

Second Street 

Second Street 

Second Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 
Second Street., 
Fifth Street..., 
Fourth Street. 

B Street 

Fifth Street.... 
Fifth Street.... 
Brown Street.. 



Mendocino Street. 
Mendocino Street. 

Second Street 

Third Street 

Mendocino Street. 

Sixth Street 

Mendocino Street. 

Lincoln Street 

Lincoln Street 

Lincoln Street 

B Street 



Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Forrestville. 
Sebastopol. 
Freestone. 
Smith's R'ch. 
Freestone. 
Santa Rosa. 
Henry's Hot'l 
Lumber C've 
Smith's R'ch. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Freestone. 
Windsor. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Clairville. 
Clairville. 
Cloverdale. 
Healdsburg. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa .Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



147 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Barks T 

Bernhardt I 

Bryant & Hopkins 

Bryant C G 

Bowman J C 

Bowman F M 

Bowman H C 

Burgtorg C W < 

BRAINARD H P 

Berger M 

Baur John 

Blackburn J S..... 

Benjamin A M 

Brown K 

Basch M 

Baruh H 

Brown & Koden 

Brown W M 

Barnes A N 

Birdsell Wm 

Baltz C 

Bryant T 

Bayless H Mrs , 

Bray F 

Blume Julius 

BRADY W H 

Butler Mrs S J 

Baldwin Mrs L T 

Baldwin H 

Baldwin J 

Ball J W 

Bond Mrs M M 

Baschino A 

Barnes J J 

Bowman John 

Bowman H C 

Behan M 

Baxter C M 

Brown Sister Bruno , 

Borland L 

Babcock Mrs. H 

BicknellMrs E 

Bardwell Capt J , 

Bailey Mrs I 

Broughton J L 

Barnes Mrs M 

Butler F 

Broocke L E 

Brown D 

Bailey J B 

Boylan T , 

BLACKBURN O 

Broeker H 

Bourke Wm 

Button I V 

Barrell H W 

Burnham C F 

BROOKS S 

Bean A A 

Bowman C 

Bouhm A 

Butler 

Bell Mrs A P 

Barnes E D 

Bliss W D 

BRADY & COPER. 
BOSTWICK N W... 

BrottF 

BROWN H K 

Beeson J B , 

Boyle Henry 

Bowen Mrs R E 



Painter 

Merchant 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Tinsmith 

Bookkeeper 

Harness Manuf'r 
Harness Store.... 

Clothing, etc 

Jeweler 

Expressman 

Clerk 

Grocer 

Cigar Manuf'r.... 
Cigars & Tobacco 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Brewer 

P O Clerk 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

Washington Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street 

Washington Street. 



Policeman 

Saloon 

Livery Stable. 



English Street 

English cor Keller. 



Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Wagon Maker. 



Washington- Street... 



Fish Monger. 
Blacksmith... 



Clerk 

Currier 

Mariner 

L S Convent. 
Blacksmith... 



English Street. 
Main Street..... 



Howard Street. 



Mariner. 



Brickmaker 



Laborer , 

Architect 

Liquors, etc.. 

Painter 

Laborer 

Undertaker.. 

Teamster 

Dairyman.... 
Stock Raiser. 

Butcher 

Butcher , 

Carpenter .... 
R R Supt .... 



Keller Street , 

Cor B and Third. 



Wilson Street 

Cor Fourth and C 



D St bet 5th and 6th. 

Liberty Street 

F Street 

Howard Street 

Main Street 

Liberty Street 

Sixth Street 

Cor Second and B.... 

B Street 

Liberty Street 

Cor I and Fourth 

Main Street 

Keller Street 



Kentucky Street 

Keller Street 

Kentucky Street 

Kentucky Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street 

Kentucky Street 

English Street 

Walnut Street 

Keller Street 

Keller Street 

Keller Street 

Keller Street 

Kentucky & Prospect. 

Liberty Street 

Liberty Street 

English Street 

Howard Street 

Howard Street 

Howard Street 

Howard Street 

Howard Street 

Court Street 

Keokuk Street 

Keokuk Street 

Keokuk Street 

Kentucky Street , 

Fourth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fifth Street 

Keller Street 

Liberty Street 

B Street 

D Street 

Seventh Street 

D Street 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

E Street 



Sixth Street. 



Laborer 



Miner 

Attorney 

Livery Stable. 
Livery Stable. 
Stage Driver.. 

Druggist 

Merchant 

Laborer , 

Grocer 



Washington Street. 
Cor English & Keller 
Main Street , 



Bridge Street 

Washington Street. 
Hopper Street 



S side of Plaza. 
N side of Plaza. 



Tucker andUniversity 



North Street 

Noith Street 

North Street 

Piper Street 

Matheson Street 

Tucker and University, 



Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma 

E Petaluma, 

E Petaluma, 

E Petaluma, 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 



148 



L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Blackington Mrs 

Brown J 

BondHH 

Bloom & Cohn 

Bloom J 

Barlow L B 

Briggs A 

Briggs P C 

Burgess S G. 

Billings S 

Butler H 

Buselmeier H 

Bon J 

Bunch M 

BellJ 

Brewer C H 

Breitenbach F 

Burris David 

BERRY S B 

Butler E A 

Beale Wm 

Boylan Jas 

Beavers C 

BIG VALLEY HOUSE. 

Benjamin A 

BRODIGAN N 

Burke Mrs 

Butts D C 

Brown W B 

Biggs F 

Barnes Wm 

Barnes John 

Bell 

Brass D 

BAGLEY J W 

Bell B 

Brant Wm 

Barnes E 

Burns O 

Barnet D 

Brenard John 

BLACKFORD ED 

Blackford J E 

BYRNE JAS 

Basmann L 

Black ME 

Brown A 

Buris B F 

Benson A 

Boyd WH 

Beaty J C 

Breaknocker N 

Bruner M 

Brown J A 

Brown H 

Beable L 

Bleany 

Burgess 

Brown J H 

BEAOOM THOS 

Botcher H Capt 

BilleggJ 

Braden Wm 

Bean 

BlakelyS 

Brinn H 

Bowen Wm 

Bowen J 

Badwick A ... 

Beach M 

Banfield 

Barnes E H .. - . 



Seamstress...., 

Teamster 

Barber , 

Merchants , 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Teamster 

Teamster , 

Fruit Grower. 



Tucker Street. 
West Street... 
West Street- 
West Street.., 
West Street- 



Tucker and University 

Tucker Street 

West Street 



Centre Street...., 

West Street 

Sheridan Street. 
Sheridan Street., 



Gunsmith 

Teamster 

Trader 

Constable 

Blacksmith ... 

Farmer 

Broker 

Livery Stable. 

Butcher 

Trader 

Blacksmith. ... 
Laborer 



West Street. 
Napa Street. 



North Healdsburg. 

Johnson Street 

Matheson Streets- 
Centre Street 

West Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street- 
Main Street. 
Main Street., 



Broadway 

Main Street .... 
Main Street .... 
Main Street .... 
Main Street .... 
Lincoln Street. 



Clerk ... 
Tanner. 



Carpenter 

Blacksmith 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Stock Kaiser 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Postmaster 

Butcher 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Wood Dealer.. . 

Teamster 

Hotel Prop 

Laborer 

Harness Manuf r 
Lumberman... 

Laborer 

Laborer , 

Farmer... . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Painter ... 

Laborer 

Sawyer 

Hotel 



Main Street.. 
Main Street ... 
Main Street- 
Main Street... 
Fulton Street. 
Fulton Street. 
Fulton Street. 
Fulton Street. 
Fulton Street. 



James Street 

Bodega Street 

Bodega Street 

5 m NW Santa Kosa. 
5 m NW Santa Kosa. 
5 m NW Santa Rosa. 
5 m NW Santa Kosa. 
5 m NW Santa Kosa. 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



2 m NW Sebastopol. 
English Hill 



English Hill .., 

Fort Koss 

Fort Ross 

Salt Point 

Salt Point 

Eisk'sMill 

Fisk'sMill 

Stewart's Mill. 
Clipper Mill..., 



Green Valley 

Green Valley 

6 m SW Sebastopol. 
6 m SW Sebastopol. 
Near Fuller's Mill- 



Lumberman.. 

Laborer ., 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Duncan's Mill..- 
Duncan's Mill..- 

Bodega Port 

Smith's Mill 

Freestone Valley. 
Freestone Valley. 

Redwoods 

Redwoods 



Green Valley. 



Russian River., 
Healdsburg 



9 m NW Santa Rosa... 

10 m SW Santa Rosa... 
7 m SW Santa Rosa..- 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
40 m NW Santa Rosa... 
40 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
58 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
62 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

14 m W Santa Rosa ... 

14 m W Santa Rosa ... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
30 m W Santa Rosa— 
30 m W Santa Rosa— 
20 m W Santa Rosa— 

20 m W Santa Rosa.... 
17 m SW Santa Rosa . 
17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

21 m SW Santa Rosa- 
21 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m W Santa Rosa— 

13 m W Santa Rosa— 

12 m W Santa Rosa 

14 m NW Santa Rosa. 

15 m NW Santa Rosa. 

13 m NW Santa Rosa. 



Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Windsor. 

Guernville. 

Guernville. 

Guernville. 

Guernville. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Guernville. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Windsor. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



149 



Name. 



Burrus G W 

BollesG 

Brown E 

Booth J 

Ballow V F 

BrumfieldS 

BailhacheJ N 

Bonham BN 

Bennett E 

Buckmaster S 

Butler 

Burroughs 

Bratlauch Wm 

Brown A 

BROOKS T J 

Brooks H C 

BEDWBLL F 

Basye J 

Bremer N 

Brandt 

Blayer John 

Byrnes J W 

BiceC 

Buell 

Bledsoe N C 

Bohn F 

Beardon Mrs 

Bump & Merrill 

Bump A J 

Brooks A 

Burris Wm 

Bates HF 

Bradford W 

Brumagen J W 

Bright S 

Bates T 

Biggin J 

Bodwell C A 

BurkL 

Behler Wm 

Brossmer S 

Behler Chas 

BoxS P 

Baum J 

Baker J 

Batton S 

Bones J C 

Burnham J 

Burnham A 

Brown J 

Batman J W , 

BOWMAN W F.. 

Bowman Chas 

BRYAN THOS J. 

Benson J H , 

Brandon W 

Badger J 

Bonner J r 

Britton R 

Bailey J 

BROWN A A 

Brady E 

Brennard J 

Brians B 

Blume F G 

Ballard S 

Berry Chas S 

Buden H 

Bingham A W 

Barnes J H , 

Bannon J 

Bowles J M , 



Occupation. 



Road Master 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Book Agent.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miller 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Merchants . 
Merchant... 
Carpenter... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer.. .. 
Dairyman.. 

Farmer 

Shoemaker., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Dairyman.. 

Farmer 

Miner 

Postmaster. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Stockton Ranch 



2 m S Healdsburg 

2 m SE Healdsburg... 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Mark West Creek 

Mark West Creek 



Knight Valley Road- 
Knight Valley Road.. 

Maacama Creek 

Knight's Valley 



I m SE Healdsburg... 

Mill Creek 

3 m SW Healdsburg.. 
Mount Jackson 



11 m SW Healdsburg 



Bodega Port 

2 m SW Sonoma 

2 m SW Sonoma 

2 m SW Sonoma 

3 m S Sonoma 

2£ m S Sonoma 

2 m S Sonoma 

4 m S Sonoma 

Lakeville Road 

Donahue 

Behler's Ranch 

W Sonoma Creek 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Seb & Santa Rosa R'd 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

E Pet & S Rosa Road 
Center St AntoneRoad 
Centre St AntoneRoad 
Central Vallejo Road 
Central Vallejo Road 
Pet & Sonoma Tel R'd 

Rincoln Valley 

Rincoln Valley 

4 m SE Sebastopol.... 

3 m NW Petaluma... 
1£ m NW Two Rocks 

5 m W Petaluma 

£mE Freestone 

Freestone 

Freestone 

l|m¥ Sebastopol... 
1 m W Sebastopol.... 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road • 

Petaluma Road 



Residence. 



£ m NW Santa Rosa.., 
If m NW Santa Rosa. 
3* m NW Santa Rosa. 

6 mNW Santa Rosa.. 

13 m NW Santa Rosa. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 

1 m N Santa Rosa 

2 m N Santa Rosa 

2 m N Santa Rosa , 

8 m NE Santa Rosa..., 

7 m NE Santa Rosa.... 
4£ m NE Santa Rosa.., 
7 m NW Santa Rosa... 
12 m NE Santa Rosa.. 
12 m NE Santa Rosa.. 

14 m NW Santa Rosa. 

14 m N Santa Rosa .... 
10 m NW Santa Rosa. 
12 m N Santa Rosa 

15 m NW Santa Rosa. 
19 m NW Santa Rosa. 

19 m NW Santa Rosa. 

20 m NW Santa Rosa. 
18 m NW Santa Rosa. 
15 m NW Santa Rosa. 



20 m SW Santa Rosa. 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa 

11 m S Santa Rosa 

3£ m SW Santa Rosa. 

8 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

9 m SE Santa Rosa 

10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 

12 m SE Santa Rosa... 
18 m SW Santa Rosa . 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

15 m SE Santa Rosa... 

16 m SE Santa Rosa... 

17 m SE Santa Rosa... 
5 m NE Santa Rosa... 
4 m NE Santa Rosa... 
4 m SW Santa Rosa... 

13 m SW Santa Rosa. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa. 

14 m SW Santa Rosa. 



9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 

9 m SW Santa Rosa... 
2£ m SW Santa Rosa . 
8} m SW Santa Rosa. 
9£ m SW Santa Rosa.. 

10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Healdsburg. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Windsor. 
Windsor. 
Windsor. 
Windsor. 
Calistoga. 
, Windsor. 
Windsor. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Forrest ville. 
Guernville. 
Forrestville. 
Forrestville. 
Smith'sR'ch, 
Sonoma. 
Sonoma. 
Sonoma. 
Sonoma. 
Sonoma. 
Sonoma. 
Sonoma. 
Lakeville. 
Lakeville. 
Lakeville. 
Glenellen. 
Glenellen. 
Glenellen. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Two Rocks. 
Petaluma. 
Freestone. 
Freestone. 
Freestone. 
Sebastopol. 
Sebastopol. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



150 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOKY OP 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Eesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Breck J M 

Butler Thos 

Borilla J 

Burbank C 

Barnes Kev T 

Boyce J B 

BOOK D 

Baker B 

BAKER MRS Z T 

Bartlett K 

Burns James 

Burns John 

Benson F 

Barry Mrs J 

Boyce F 

Bolton J 

Burns T 

Boyd 

Bates P 

Boochman 

Beatty Mrs M 

BYRON MENIHAN 

BYRON P 

BoggsDr J O 

Bentley A 

BrookshireE 

Bayman J D 

Bowen John 

Briggs F 

Briggs H 

Balbertin G 

Berryman T 

BarkerT 

Beach HS 

Bennett J N 

Brown H , 

BellWS 

Binkley John 

Brandt Chas 

Bacon A 

Bean P 

BellH 

Brown W 

Brown & McGreer 

Buckley C P 

BENNETT S 

Bacon Jos S 

Brice W 

Bell A 

Bloch Geo 

Butcher S 

Brown A M 

Blazer J S 

BaleWm 

Bell A K 

Bryant J J 

Bryant Wm H '. 

BISHOP TO 

Black K 

Barney PT 

BOARD WM 

Bosworth J 

Brush D C 

Bates P 

Bensell G O 

BLAKELY J A 

BLACK WM H 

BURROUGH JAS 

BURROUGH ALFRED... 

Briggs WF 

Black W A 

BellGK 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer , 
Farmer . 



Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 



Farmer. 
Farmer 
Farmer , 
Farmer 



Farmer .... 
Farmer ..., 
Dairyman. 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Peddler.... 



Pet & Bloomf'd Eoad 
Pet & Bloomf d Eoad 
Pet & San Eafael E'd 
Pet & San Eafael E'd 
Liberty School Eoad. 
Bloomfield & Seb E'd 
Bloomfield & Seb E'd 
Bloomfield & Seb E'd 
Bloomfield & Seb E'd 
Bloomfield & Seb E'd 
Blutcher Valley.... 

Blutcher Valley 

Blutcher Valley.... 
St Anton e Creek Eoad 
5 m N Stony Point ... 

1 m S Two Eocks 

1 m E Bodega 

1£ m SW Freestone... 



13£ m SW Santa Eosa 
16 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
19 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

9 m SW Santa Eosa... 

8 m SW Santa Eosa... 

10 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

9 m SW Santa Eosa... 
19 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
8 m SW Santa Eosa... 
16 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
15 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
14 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
Main Street 



Cloverdale Hotel 
Cloverdale Hotel 

Physician 

Blacksmith... . 
Hotel Proprietor 
Carpenter 



West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 



Main Street. 



Stock Eaiser 

Stock Eaiser 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Woodchopper ... 

Miner 

Foreman 

Recorder 

Miner 

Miner 

Pro Edith Mine- 
Miner 

Miner , 

Foreman , 

Merchants 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser... 
Stock Eaiser... 
Stock Eaiser... 
Stage Driver... 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Notary Public 

Butcher 

Carpenter , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Stock Eaiser... 
Stock Eaiser... 

Miller 

Farmer , 

Farmer 



Healdsburg Eoad... 
Healdsburg Eoad... 

Sotoyome Mine 

Flagstaff Mine 

Missouri Mine 

25 m N W Santa Eosa 

Sonoma Mine 

Eattlesnake Mine... 
Geyser Eoad 



27 m NW Santa Eosa 

Edith Mine , 

Edith Mine 

Occidental 

Main Street 

Cloverdale Eoad.... 
Dry Creek Valley . 
Dry Creek Valley.. 
Dry Creek Valley.. 
Dry Creek Valley., 
Dry Creek Valley., 
Skaggs' Springs — 

Eussian Eiver , 

Healdsburg 

Dry Creek Valley .. 
Dry Creek Valley... 

Sheuster Place 

Sheuster Place 

Bishop Eanch 

Hot Springs Creek.. 



West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

Main Street 

23 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
23 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
19mNW Santa Eosa.. 
19 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Eosa 
25 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Eosa 
27 m NW Santa Eosa 
25 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Eosa 
27 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Eosa 
27 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
£ m NW -Geyserville... 
5 m NW Healdsburg. 
4 m NW Healdsburg.., 

7 m NW Healdsburg.. 
2|mNW Healdsburg.. 
2 m NW Healdsburg... 

Skaggs' Springs 

2\ m SE Geyserville... 
Healdsburg 

1 m NW Healdsburg.. 

2 m NW Healdsburg.., 
16 m NW Healdsburg.. 
16 m NW Healdsburg.. 
25 m NW Healdsburg 

8 m W Geyserville.... 



Dry Creek Valley. 

Bush Creek 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

E County Eoad.... 
E County Eoad.... 

E County Eoad 

E County Eoad.... 

Sulphur Creek 

Dry Creek Valley. 
Dry Creek Valley. 



10 m NW Healdsburg 

4 m S Cloverdale 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

10 m SE Cloverdale 

4 m E Cloverdale 

mE Cloverdale 

2 m E Cloverdale 

Sulphur Creek 

| m NW Healdsburg... 



Petaluma. 

Petal u ma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Bloomfield. I 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Two Eocks. 

Smith's E'ch. 

Freestone. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Santa Eosa. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 



9 m NW Healdsburg.. Healdsburg 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



151 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Bell J S 

Baker A M 

Boyd Wm 

Barker John 

BBATTY WM 

Beatty Mrs M 

Barnes E 

Blair A 

Butterfield A J 

BEST J G 

Brown N W 

Boughton A 

Bailey Chas 

Bailey M C 

Bailey CH 

Beeson W S 

Bond JW 

Benjamin Geo W 

Brown A M 

Burns Mrs M.... 

Barnhill Robt 

BOUTON ANDREW 

Bouton Edmund 

Bidwell Ira 

Bidwell Frank 

Bounds Nathan 

CHARLES DR E W 

Cooper Wm .... 

Cannon J S.... 

Canterbury J C 

Chinn C 

Childers A 

Carey J 

Childers S 

Creighton T 

Carter Mrs David 

Chinn L F 

Coolbroth S W 

Combs J W 

Case A 

Cocke W E 

Cooper W W 

Crane T J 

Chamberlain D 

Crane & Davidson 

CALDWELL F M 

Clark J L 

Carithers & Evans 

Carithers D M 

Colgan Mrs E P 

Campbell H 

Caldwell RG 

CALDWELL & READ... 

Conrad C 

Cope J M 

Caraher M 

CLARK J P 

Carter Landon 

Caseres A 

Cooper Louis 

Crane J 

Crystal B F 

Corrillo Juillo 

Childers J 

Churchman Wm 

Culligan Mrs B 

Campbell J 

Chandler J 

Clark Mrs J F 

Cox & Fritsch 

Cox WE 

Cowen Philip 



Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 
Stock Raiser. 



Miner 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Nursery 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Physician , 

Money Lender. 

Attorney 

Painter 

Engineer 

Mason 



Dry Creek "Valley 

Dry Creek Valley 

Chamiza Road 

Bear Ridge Ranch 

Dry Creek Road 

Healdsburg Road 

Chrome Iron 

Dry Creek Valley 

Dry Creek Road 

Dry Creek Valley 

Russian River 

Dry Creek Valley 

Foss' Old Station 

Calistoga Road 

Napa and Clov Rd 

Geyser and Healds Rd 
Geyser and Healds Rd 
Geyser and Healds Rd 
Geyser Spring Road... 

4 m W Pine Flat 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Calistoga Road 

Calistoga Road 

Napa & Clover 'le Rd. 
Fourth Street 



9 m NW Healdsburg.. 
9 m NW Healdsburg.. 
9 m E Stewart's Point. 
29 m NW Healdsburg 
4 m W Cloverdale... 



Fourth Street.. 
Seventh Street. 



Mason 
Clerk.. 



Carpenter , 

Lumberman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Wheelwright.... 
Poultry Dealer.. 



4 m SW Cloverdale.. 
9£ m NW Healdsburg.. 
2 m W Geyserville... 

6 m NW Healdsburg.. 
5£ m NW Healdsburg 
if m SW Healdsburg. 

8 m W Healdsburg 

6| m NE Healdsburg.. 
7| m NE Healdsburg. 
6| m NE Healdsburg. 

7 m NE Healdsburg .. 
6£ m NE Healdsburg.. 

5 m NW Healdsburg... 
10 m NE Healdsburg.. 
4^- m N Healdsburg.... 
4| m NW Healdsburg.. 
4| m NW Healdsburg 
10 m E Healdsburg.. 
12 m E Healdsburg.. 
7$ m NE Healdsburg.. 

Fifth Street 

B and Fifth Streets 

First Street 

Seventh Street 

Fifth Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

Cherry Street 

Humboldt Street 

Beaver Street 

College Avenue 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fifth Street 

Humboldt Street 

Fourth Street 

E and Second Streets .. 



Poultry Dealers- 
Dentist 

Wagon Maker... 

Dry Goods 

Dry Goods 

Pioneer Hotel.... 

Farmer 

Fruit Store 

Dentists 

Bakery 

Wagon Maker... 
Boots and Shoes. 

Livery 

Stock Dealer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Blacksmith 

Janitor ,.. 

Mason 

Hostler 

Saloon 

Merchant 

Attorney 

Millinery 

Grocers 

Grocer 

Book Store 



E side of Plaza... 

Near City 

SE side of Plaza. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Near City 

Cor Third Street. 



Third Street. 



Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street. 



Fourth Street. 



Main Street. 



Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street. 
Santa Rosa Road. 

Second Street , 

Mendocino Street. 

Sixth Street , 

Lincoln Street 



Main Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

No 33 Main Street- 
No 33 Main Street. 
No 35 Main Street. 



Sixth Street.... 
Sixth Street.... 
Sixth Street.... 

B Street 

Howard Street. 
Keller Street .. 
Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 



Liberty Street. 
Sixth Street.... 



Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Stewart's Pt 
Healdsburg. 
Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Healdsburg. 
Clairville. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



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till 





OF 



$kqtk f^o^k, $o:qoir\k &>., Chi 



Bi 



^%m 



For Private Residences, Stores, School Houses and 
Public Buildings of all kinds. 



WILL ALSO CONTRACT FOR THE 

CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS 

OF ANY CHARACTER, 

Making no charge for plans and specifications of same. 



Terms 3 General Set-tlsfajOtion 



ETIT, 

ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, 

SANTA ROSA, SONOMA 00., GAL 



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NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



153 



Name. 



Cammel F 

Cook David 

CookBL 

Clewe F 

OOBNBLIUS G-... 

Clark G W 

Cooper Jas 

CALDER ALEX.. 

Crawford A 

Carrasco C 

Cannon Mrs ME 

dyne J 

Cockrill L D , 

Curry Mrs 

Cannon L 

Carrillo J 

Carvey Jas 

Cunningham J 

Campbell Pat D 

Clement G H 

CASERES O 

Cox J 

Clark WS 

Cook HE 

Clover M 

Cain Jas 

Campbell Mrs M 

Climan Miss F 

Chineworth John 

Chineworth L , 

Chineworth Jas 

Cloppingburg W 

Carlton A 

Carlton T 

Campbell Wm , 

Cook 

Covey IT 

Cook Dr A 

Curtiss JH 

Corbaley E 

Corbaley J A , 

Cox IS 

Chandler O 

Campbell TT 

Coulter 

Copeland F 

Cooper S , 

Clawson A 

Cooper J 

CarrJ 

Cannon W K 

Cantrell K J 

Clark HE 

Chapman Geo , 

Cary 

Clotts 

Cash 

CRAIG WM 

Campbell J A 

Campbell J P 

Cooke Robert 

Clark P 

CHIT WOOD J M. 

Chishbaum Dr 

Cassel Wm 

Cook J 

Cook Mrs 

Cunningham F Z 

CATLIN E 

Capell B B 

Cargile J B 

Charles Hy 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster... 
Merchant .. 

Butcher 

Bootmaker. 

Laborer 

Miller 

Farmer 

Saloon 



Blacksmith. 
Farmer 



Pro Stable... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Dairyman.... 

Carpenter 

Livery Stabh 
Carpenter — 
Merchant .... 
Carpenter .... 

Farmer 

Planer 



Teacher , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Teamster , 

Farmer 

Teamster , 

Physician .... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Agent.. 

Saloon , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith.. 



Place op Business 



Napa Street. 
Napa Street. 
Napa Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 



Main Street.... 

Main Street 

Main Street.... 

Main Street 

Bodega Ranch. 



Main Street. 



Main Street... 
Fulton Street. 



Duncan's Mill. 
Bodega Port .., 
at Meeker's 



Green Valley , 

Green Valley 

2 m N Freestone... 
2£ m N Freestone. 



JmW Healdsburg., 
| m W Healdsburg , 
| m "W Healdsburg 
1 m W Healdsburg 
1 m W Healdsburg , 



English Hill 

7 m S Healdsburg. 
1 m S Fulton 



Mark West Creek 

N Fork Mark West C 



Maacama Creek 

Bald Hill Mountain. 
Brooks' Creek 



J m W Healdsburg ... 
\ m W Healdsburg ... 
H & Guernville Road 
4 m SW Healdsburg.. 
6 m SW Healdsburg.. 
12 m SW Healdsburg 



Residence. 



Townsend Street. 
Vallejo Street.... 
Vallejo Street.... 
off Napa Street.., 

Napa Street 

Broadway •.. 

Union Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Church Street...., 
Pleasant Street.., 
Main Street 



Bodega. 
Bodega 
Bodega 



Main Street 

5 m W Santa Rosa. 



30 m 
24 m 
16 m 
16 m 
16 m 
16 m 
15 m 
11 m 
11 m 

13 m 

14 m 

15 m 



W Santa Rosa... 
W Santa Rosa... 
W Santa Rosa... 
W Santa Rosa... 
W Santa Rosa .. 
W Santa Rosa ... 
W Santa Rosa... 
W Santa Rosa... 
W Santa Rosa... 
NW Santa Rosa. 
N W Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 



17 m NW Santa Rosa. 
17 m NW Santa Rosa. 
17 m NW Santa Rosa. 



2 m NW Santa Rosa..., 
\ m NW Santa Rosa... 
| m NW Santa Rosa.... 

3 m NW Santa Rosa... 

3 m NW Santa Rosa..., 

4 m NW Santa Rosa..., 
10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m NW Santa Rosa., 
4 m NW Santa Rosa..., 
10 m NE Santa Rosa... 

6 m NE Santa Rosa.... 

7 m NE Santa Rosa 

12 m NE Santa Rosa... 
12 m NE Santa Rosa... 

7 m NW Santa Rosa..., 

8 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
8 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m N Santa Rosa... 
12 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

10 m N Santa Rosa 

15 m NW Santa Rosa., 

15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
19 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 



Town ok 
PostOppice 



Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Sebastopol. 

BloomfieTd. 

Smith's R'ch 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith's R'ch 

Smith'sR'ch, 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Guernville. 

Duncan's Ml 

Smith'sR'ch 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Bloomfield. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Calistoga. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Fulton. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 



20 



154 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Curry J H 

Craig D M ... 

CALL G W 

Claflin E 

Colman J... .... 

Coburn J 

Charles W ..... 

Conway J 

Cergan Dr J B 

Carr D W 

Camfield OT..., 

Carter E D 

Crichton Geo 

Cassel L ..... 

CryderD W 

Cook J F 

Crane K H 

COMSTOCK WM 

CRANE R 

Cooney Jas 

CLARK ABNBR 

Clark Samuel 

COMEFORD RICHARD- 

Canfield WD 

Colburn DS 

CLARK D 

Creely N 

Collier Mrs 

Chase Mrs ND 

COOK I 

Cheny D 

Casy John 

Campbell Geo 

Casey J 

Cadwell A C 

Curtiss E T 

Cowles J Q 

Cutter E P 

Chart OP 

Craig C W , 

Callaway D 

Champlin C C 

Cooper TS 

CARRIGER NICHOLAS 

Carriger C C , 

Cheney Thos 

Chauvet J 

CLARK J E 

Camfield WD 

Carpenter C D 

Cook J B 

Cook VI 

Carr N 

Cook J L 

Clawson Chas 

Conner John 

Clark 

CHAPMAN T M 

Clark G B 

Coombs T N 

Collins 

Colburn C E 

CLARK N A 

Church H 

Christensen Ch 

Colburn H 

Carrol Pat 

Cherry Thos 

COOK JOHN 

CLARK JAS 

Conklin L 

Champlin A W 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Lumberman. 

Butcher 

Farmer , 



Clockmaker. 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Bootmaker.. 
Merchant .... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ... .... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



|mS Forrestville 

6 m NW Sebastopol.. 

Fort Koss 

Fort Ross 

Timber Cove 

Timber Cove Ridge... 
Timber Cove Ridge ... 
Timber Cove Ridge... 

Stewart's Point 

Stewart's Point 



12 m 
14 m 
40 m 
40 m 
42 m 

46 m 

47 m 

48 m 
56 m 
56 m 
50 m 



W Santa Rosa... 
SW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
N W Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 
NW Santa Rosa. 



Guernville Hotel 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

off Bloomfield Road... 
Cor Pet & Blo'd R'ds 
Pet &Bl'd Stage Road 
Seb& Santa Rosa R'd 

Sonoma Mountain 

Bennett Valley 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Superintendent .. 
Farmer ... . 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Dairyman ... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman...., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Flour Mill.... 

Dairyman 

Farmer........ 

Farmer , 



Central Valley Road.. 

5 m E Petaluma 

Pet & Lakeville Road 
Pet & Lakeville Road 
4^ m N Lakeville 

2 m NW Stony Point 
Liberty Street Road... 
7 m NW Petaluma ... 
Buena Vista Vineyard 

St Louis Road 

W Sonoma Creek" 

off Main Road 

Lakeville Road 

l£ m E Sonoma 

Yulupa Farm 

3 m W Sonoma 

5 m NW Sonoma 

SW Sonoma Creek .... 
Twin Brook Vineyard 

Blutcher Valley 

Blutcher Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

E Pet & S Rosa Road 

Sonoma Mountain 

New Town Plot 

S Rosa & S Point R'd 
Seb & Petaluma Road 
Liberty School Road.. 

Colburn's Ranch 

I m NW Two Rocks 
English Street Road... 
English Street Road... 

1 m W Bloomfield..... 
2m W Bloomfield 

2 m NW Bloomfield.. 

Main Street 

Astorra & Amer R'd.. 

3 m E Bodega Corners 
Sonoma Valley... 



Main Street 

4 m S Santa Rosa 

5£ m S Santa Rosa , 

6 m S Santa Rosa , 

6 m S Santa Rosa 

7 m S Santa Rosa....... 

8 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m S Santa Rosa 

8£ m S Santa Rosa 

18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

11 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m SW Santa Rosa... 

3 m SW Santa Rosa... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

4 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

21 m SW Santa Rosa. 
61 m S Santa Rosa 

19 m SE Santa Rosa., 

20 m SE Santa Rosa... 

19 m SE Santa Rosa... 
24 m SE Santa Rosa... 

9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 

12 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa., 
25£ m S Santa Rosa...., 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

24^ m S Santa Rosa..... 
24| m N Santa Rosa ... 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

20 m S Santa Rosa 

17 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
8£ m SW Santa Rosa.. 

4 m SE Santa Rosa 

6mSE Santa Rosa 

1\ m SE Santa Rosa... 
8 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
12 m SE Santa Rosa... 

18 m SE Santa Rosa... 
18 m SE Santa Rosa... 
6 m SW Santa Rosa... 

8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

9 m SW Santa Rosa... 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 mSW Santa Rosa... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

18 m SW Santa Rosa- 
Main Street 

18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

14 m W Santa Rosa 

SE Santa Rosa 



Forrestville. 

Freestone. 

Timber Cove 

Timber Cove 

Timber Cove 

Timber Cove 

Timber Cove 

Timber Cove 

Fish'ns Bay 

Fish'ns Bay, 

Fish'ns Bay, 

Guernville. 

Guernville. 

Guernville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Stony Point 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Stony Point, 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Santa Rosa, 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point. 

Petaluma. 

Two Rocks. 

Two Rocks. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

^Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Valley Ford. 

Smith's R'cb. 

Freestone. 

Lakeville. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



155 



Name. 



Occupation. Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Campbell J 

Carpenter Mrs S A 

Crigler Wm E & Son.. 

Copsey 

Crawford T 

Cook C 

Cramer D 

Caldwell W 

Crigler WE 

Crigler L A 

Carpede Frank 

Critchfield & Lamb 

CritchfieldG W ..... 

Casey J 

Cummings J H 

Carlton C 

Comfort J V C 

Cornelius J 

Clark E 

Cutter J 

Carr M D 

Colvin J 

Campbell A 

Clark J 

Clothier Ambrose 

Carrie J A 

CookS 

Coombs E 

Crewdson G F 

Carmichsel Jessie 

Carmichsel J S 

Crenshaw Overton 

Cloyd C D 

CARSON T 

Cummings Jos S , 

Curtis D 

Cooper John , 

Canfield O 

Coombs A L 

COOPER R . 

Crandall J 

Capell CW , 

Cozzens D 

Cozzens D Jr 

COOLEY C H 

COMIN R 

Compton E G 

Caldwell Hugh 

CALDWELL J Q. 
CALDWELL L T. 

Carpenter J J 

Casey L J , 

Cooper Thos 

Cox A J 

Carpenter C W 

Clement J 

Conkling W S 

Caldwell Win 

Cook David 

Crane C 

Colson N.....\ 

Colson J 

COLSON ALEX.... 

Campbell Thos 

Costly 

Crewdson F 

Costly Wm S 

Cummings Wm 

Crane W S 

Cummings E 

Cummings Jas 

Collins Wm 



Blacksmith. 



Third Street. 



Grocers . 



West Street. 



Stage Driver 

Miner 

Butcher 

Farmer , 

Grocer , 

Grocer 

Cook 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Miner , 

Miner 

Ketort Manager 

Clerk 

Miner 

Superintendent . 
Boarding House 
Superintendent- 
Carpenter 

Miner 

Stock Kaiser.. 

Miner 

Farmer 



Upper Lake to Clov.. 



West Street. 
West Street. 



Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser- 
Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raiser.. 

Dentist 

Bee Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Yintner 

Vintner 

Farmer , 

Miller 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raiser.. 



Farmer 

Stock Raiser. , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner , 

Vintner 

Stock Raiser. 
Stock Raiser. 
Stock Raiser., 

Farmer 

Carpenter. ... 
Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



West Street 

Near City 

West Street 

West Street 

West and Second... 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

29 m NW Santa Rosa 
29 m NW Santa Rosa 

Missouri Mine 

Missouri Mine 

Missouri Mine 

Sonoma Mine 

25 m NW Santa Rosa 

Belcher Mine , 

25 m NW Santa Rosa 

Fleetwood Mine 

Renoek Road 

Healdsburg Road 

Healdsburg Road 

Dry Creek Road 

Dry Creek Road 

Dry Creek Valley. .... 

Big Plains 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdal e Road 

Dry Creek Road 

Hot Spring Ranch 



Near City 

Jefferson Street.... 
Jefferson Street.... 
West and Second. 



Geyser Street 

29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

3 m NE Geyserville.... 

2 m SW Cloverdale 

1£ m SW Cloverdale... 

5 m SW Cloverdale 

5 m SW Cloverdale 

1| m NW Healdsburg.. 
5^ m NW Healdsburg.. 
5£ m NW Healdsburg.. 

4 m NW Healdsburg., 



Cooper's Ranch. 



Dry Creek Road..... 

Dry Creek Road 

Wine Creek 

Dry Creek Valley. 

Dutch Creek 

Dutch Creek 

Oat Valley 

Sulphur Creek 

County Road 

Caldwell Ranch.... 
Caldwell Ranch — 
Caldwell Ranch — 

West Street.... 

East River Road..., 
East River Road.... 
Healdsburg Road.., 
Lake Co Road , 



Harper Creek 

Caldwell Ranch. 



Ft Ross Road 

W side Dry Creek. 
W side Dry Creek. 
W side Dry Creek. 

Austin Creek 

Mill Creek 

Austin Creek 

Cloverdale Road... 
Cloverdale Road... 

Happy Canyon 

Cloverdale Road.... 

Geyserville 

Calistoga Road 



2\ m NW Geyserville.. 
10 m W Cloverdale...... 

25 m W Cloverdale..... 

29 m W Cloverdale 

8 m SE Stewart's Pt... 

5 m S Cloverdale 

7 m SW Cloverdale.... 

6 m NW Healdsburg... 

7 m NW Healdsburg... 
6|mSW Cloverdale... 
6imSW Cloverdale... 
34£ m NW Santa Rosa 

Sulphur Creek 

5 m NE Cloverdale.. 

9 m E Geyserville ... 
9 m E Geyserville ... 
9 m E Geyserville ... 

Cloverdale 

3 m N Cloverdale.... 

8 m N Cloverdale.... 

3 m S Cloverdale .... 
3J m NE Cloverdale... 
Cloverdale 

4 m Cloverdale 

Cloverdale 

20 m W Healdsburg... 

5 m W Healdsburg 

3£ m W Healdsburg... 
S\ m W Healdsburg... 
3| m W Healdsburg... 

9 m W Healdsburg 

8 m W Healdsburg 

10£ m W Healdsburg.. 

^ m N Healdsburg 

£ m N Healdsburg 

6 m W Healdsburg 

| m NW Geyserville... 

Geyserville 

7£ m NE Healdsburg.. 



Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Stewart's Pt, 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg:. 



156 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OP 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Pottery 

Clergyman. 
Jobber...... 



Stock Raiser..., 

Farmer 

Book Store 

Merchant 

Bar Room 

Bar Room 

Under Sheriff.. 
Hotel Prop , 



Machine Agent. 



Claypool J. [Stock Raiser. 

Cagwin C N 

Crispin NW 

Doychert J 

DAVIS E L 

Dunnigan & Allison 

Dunnigan G J 

Dalton T B 

Duffy T 

Downing 

DUNBAR WM P 

Davis J .... 

Dennison WmB 

Dimmick F M 

Davisson H W 

Deeds Mrs T J 

Darden G 

Dugan P S 

Davis P 

Duncan J P 

Davis M C 

Davis E 

Davidson A 

DAVISSON D D 

Demartin L 

Davis H 

Donnelly John 

Dennison A 

Dinweddie J L 

Dovvdall R 

Dunn P H 

Denman E 

Davies Rev S W 

Drees H& Co 

Donnelly J , 

Donnelly O 

Deming Miss M A 

Dorman J 

Denker F 

Doane H L 

Donnelly TF 

Davison R 

Davidson Geo 

Davis W K 

Dalton W H 

Dunn J M .. 

Downing J H 

Downing J C 

Dryden, Skillman & Meyers. 

Dryden Wm R 

Dennis P 

Dow C 

Dutcher L 

Dempsey J 

Duncan N 

Dolen P 

Dunne J 

Duhring F 

Dyer J R 

Duhring F & Co 

Dorman Wm , 

Dougherty B 

DowS 

Daugherty John 

Devenney John 

Davis D.. 

Davis Dr L T 

Dicus J 

Dresser P O 

Dresser L 

Danceman H 

Davidson J E 



Shoemaker 

Surveyor 

Mason 

Boarding House 

Carpenter 

Poultry Dealer.. 
Real Estate Agt. 

Hotel Prop'r 

Harness Man'fr. 

Drayman 

Barber 

Stock Dealer .... 

Laborer 

Chicken Rancher 

Stock Raiser 

Minister 

Produce Dealers 

Laborer 

Laborer 



Hostler 

Laborer , 

Wood Turner 

Drayman 

Tanner 

Carriage Maker.. 



Geyser Road 

Main Street 

W side Plaza 

Fourth & Mendocino 
Fourth & Mendocino. 

Court House 

Fourth Street 



Mendocino Street. 



W side Plaza 



Fifth Street. 



E side of Plaza 

N side of Plaza. 

Washington Street. 
Main Street , 



Washington Street. 
Main Street 



Washington Street. 



English cor Keller. 



Merchant 

Cabinetmaker 
Photographer. 
Undertaker.... 
Blacksmiths... 
Blacksmith .... 

Carpenter 

Laborer 



Laborer 
Laborer. 
Laborer 



Merchant 

Vintner 

Agents WF& Co 

Restaurant 

Miner 

Farmer 

Postmaster 

Teamster 

Blacksmith 



Laborer 
Farmer., 
Farmer., 
Farmer., 
Farmer., 



Howard and English.. 



Main Street 

Washington Street. 

Centre Street , 

Centre Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



10 m NE Healdsburg.. 
10 m NE Healdsburg.. 
6£ m NE Healdsburg.. 

Second Street 

Second Street 



Johnson Street., 

Third Street 

Fourth Street.., 



Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street. 
Mendocino Street. 



Ninth Street ., 
Ninth Street ., 

B Street 

Third Street... 
Cherry Street. 
Cherry Street. 
Fifth Street.... 
Second Street- 
Second Street- 
Grand Hotel.. 



Prospect Street 

Keokuk and Prospect... 

Washington House 

Kentucky Street 

Kentucky Street 

Main Street 

Liberty Street 

English Street 

Keller Street 

Upham Street 

Keokuk and Prospect.. 

Keokuk Street 

Keokuk Street 

F and Fifth Streets 

Fifth Street 

B and Fifth Streets 

B Street 

B Street 

D Street 

Seventh Street 

Washington Street 

Centre Street 

Centre Street 



Napa Street. 



Napa Street. 
Broadway..., 
Main Street., 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



£ m N Fisk's Mill. 

Clipper Mill 

Clipper Mill , 



Seb & Santa Rosa R'd 



Centre Street 

Tucker and Sheridan.. 
Hayden Street 



Centre Street 

S of Napa Street. 
Off Napa Street.. 



Napa Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



54| m NW Santa Rosa 
58 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
58 m NW Santa Rosa., 
45 m NW Santa Rosa., 
2 mSW Santa Rosa.... 



Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma.. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Timber Cove. 

Santa Rosa. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



157 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
PostOefice 



Dundon Thos 

DICKSON D S 

Decker William 

Dorson 

Day J 

Dafoe E 

Delany J 

DOUGLAS JOHN 

Daggett G 

Doss J W 

DAVIDSON JAS..-. 

Damile John 

Dommer Mrs , 

DICKINSON W N 

Didmore L 

Doolittle 

Daymon 

Demie J 

Dorraty Mrs 

Day Mrs 

Drat X 

Dow J G 

Duncan A & Co 

Duncan A 

Duncan S M Jr 

Doran Wm 

Durbin M 

DRAGO NELSON 

Dovy Mrs 

Davis C , 

DUTTON J R 

Dunsworth 

Dennison & Hixon , 

Downs A 

Dixon Jas 

Duran V 

Davidson Geo 

Dibble W... ..... 

Dresel J 

DOUGLAS PERCY.... 

Donahue Mch , 

Dillan Chas 

Daniels S 

Drake E S 

DOTY W R 

Dowdall John 

DAKE JOHN 

Dunn FH 

Derby A R 

Doty 

Daniels 

Doss J R 

Drummings D 

Dardis A 

DETURK I 

Delyell Wm 

Doty A 

Doty A & Co 

Davis Miss J 

Decker H 

Davis I 

Davis B J , 

Downing Wm H 

Doyle M 

Dixon John 

DAVIS & -WALKER. 

DAVIS G V 

DOUGLASS O I 

Dawson H 

Daubenspeck F 

Driscoll J 

Drout N 



Farmer. 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer 
Farmer , 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 



Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer , 
Farmer , 



Sonoma & Petal'a Rd 

Dickson Ranch 

Rincon Valley 

3 m SE Sebastopol.... 
S Rosa & Stony PtRd 

5 Rosa & Stony Pt Rd 

3 m N Stony Pt 

Sonoma Road 

6 m S Sebastopol 

8 m NW Petaluma... 
English Street Road.. 
3 m NW Petaluma... 
2 m N¥ Sebastopol.. 
lj- m SE Healdsburg- 
1 m S Healdsburg 



Book Agent. 

Farmer 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill 

Bookkeeper . 

Farmer 

Lumberman. 
Farmer 



£ m W Healdsburg... 
5 m SW Healdsburg.. 
1^ m mouth Rus Riv., 
1 j m mouth Rus Riv.. 

Duncan's Mill 

Bodega Port 

Smith's Mill 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Drain Tile Mfs.. 

Farmer 

Saw Mill Owner 

Lumberman 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Vintner 

Carpenter 

Teamster 

Hotel 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Green Valley 

Green Valley 

Healdsburg & Seb Rd 



Fort Ross 

Timber Cove Ridge... 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Trader 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner..... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Broom Manuf'rs 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Butcher 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Livery Stable.... 
Livery Stable.... 

Butcher 

Miner...., 



Salt Point Store 

Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road 

Main Road 

Main Road 

£ m N Lakeville 

Donahue. 

Willow Glen 

2 m Sonoma 

Petaluma Road 

Cor Sebastopol Rd 

Tel Rd to Bloomfield.. 

Sebastopol Rd 

Bf'd & Petl'a Tel Rd, 
Bf d & Petl'a Tel Rd, 
oft Petal'a & Seb Rd.. 

S Rosa & Seb Rd 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 



17 m SE Santa Rosa... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa... 

4 m NE Santa Rosa 

5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
m SW Santa Rosa.... 

3 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

7 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

22 m SW Santa Rosa... 

5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m W Santa Rosa.... 
12 m NE Santa Rosa.. 

8 m NE Santa Rosa.... 

10 m NW Santa Rosa, 
12 m NE Santa Rosa... 

15 m NW Santa Rosa., 

16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m NW Santa Rosa., 

30 m W Santa Rosa 

30 m W Santa Rosa 

30 m W Santa Rosa ... 

20 m W Santa Rosa ... 
20 m W Santa Rosa ... 

17 m SW Santa Rosa .. 
12 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

11 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

12 m NW Santa Rosa. 
12 m NW Santa Rosa. 
2£ m NW Santa Rosa. 

6 m NW Santa Rosa... 
40 m NW Santa^ Rosa. 
58 m NW Santa Rosa. 
47 m NW Santa Rosa, 
50 m NW Santa Rosa, 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 



E Pet & S Rosa Rd. 
Eagle Dist School.... 
E Pet& SRosaRd. 
Sonoma Mountain.... 
West Street 



21 m S Santa Rosa 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa...... 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

9 m S Santa Rosa 

13 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa . 

9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 
4£ m SW Santa Rosa., 
5 m SE Santa Rosa ..... 

8 m SE Santa Rosa 

8 m SE Santa Rosa 

11 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
11 m SE Santa Rosa... 
11 m SE Santa Rosa... 
15 m SE Santa Rosa... 

Main Street 

Main Street 



West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 
Main Street. 



Bates Street. 



Miner. 
Miner. 



Main Street 

Geyser Street 

25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa, 
29 m NW Santa Rosa, 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Stony Point. 

Sonoma. 

Stony Point. 

Two Rocks. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Calistoga. 

Santa Rosa. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Duncan's Ml 

Duncan's Ml 

Duncan's Ml, 

Smith 'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Henry's Hot 

Fisk's Mill. 

Timber Cove 

Fisk's Mill. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

St Louis. 

St Louis. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point, 

Two Rocks. 

Two Rocks. 

Stony Point 

Sebastopol. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 



158 



Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



Name. 



DeNoon EP 

Daubenspeck J 

Dawson Jos 

Downey J 

Davis T J 

Dodge A C 

Dittimore T , 

Dorman I 

DAVENPORT F W. 

Doscher H 

Driscoll R 

Doyle M 

Derrick J H 

Day Geo 

Dittimore "Wm 

DOUGHERTY J L... 

Duncle W R 

DAVIS J 

Denham H , 

DoaneEli 

De Force J H 

Davis Mrs L 

Dodson J 

Derrick J A 

Evans Wm M 

England B , 

Ely 

Eliason W A 

EstepDr JH 

Ellsworth L 

Elder, Lynch & Co 

Edelman G W 

Egan Daniel 

Enzey A F 

Elmore J E 

Englehardt Fred 

Edwards Mrs E 

Edwards E 

Edwards T 

Edwards B 

Easter J W 

Ennis F 

Erwin N 

Egner J 

Elder 

Estes G W 

EwellPDF 

Emerson Hy , 

Esmond J S , 

Esmond C 

East Wm 

Epperly HS 

Ellis W J 

Ellis J M ..... 

Emerson D B 

Edwards AS 

Eager M K 

Eager D 

Edlin AH 

Ellison 

Elmore Wm 

EADES G H 

Englam 

Easter C 

EVANS OHAS 

Eldred J J 

Emerson J 

Emerson H F 

Estes H 

Elliott B 

Emerson J P 

Englehart Wm 



Occupation. 



Superintendent.. 

Brickmaker 

Miner 

Miner 

Carpenter 

Dairyman 



Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 
Millwright ... 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Dry Goods 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Gov Inspector... 

Physician 

Lumber Dealer. 
W & R Grocers. 



Saloon & Rest... 

Miller 

Saloon 

Butcher 



Drayman 

Brewer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Mason 

Warehouseman . 

Cooper 

Grocer 

Teamster 

Vintner 

Contractor 

Teamster 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Saloon.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Pro Pet'd Forest 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Dairyman 

Clerk 

Deputy Sheriff- 
Teamster 



Place of Business. 



Rattlesnake Q Mine.. 



Cloverdale Road. 

Dry Creek 

Ft Ross Rd 

County Road 

Dry Creek 



Holman Street. 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Big Plains 



Truett's Grant 

Truett's Grant 

29 m NW Heald'bg. 
23 m NW Heald'bg. 

Canyon Road 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Dry Creek 

Main Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



Main Street 

SonOma Road 

Sonoma Road 

Donahue 

l£ m N Sonoma 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

S Rosa and Seb Rd.... 

Bennett Valley 

Central Vallejo Road 
4£ m SE Petaluma.... 

4 m NE Lakeville 

1 m E Fulton 

N" Fork M West Cr'k 

Oregon Canyon.. 

3 m W Forrestville... 
£ m W Forrestville... 

Irish Hill 

Fisk'sMill 



Residence. 



27 m NW Santa Rosa 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 

£ m N Healdsburg , 

| m N Healdsburg , 

6 m W Healdsburg..... 
Sulphur Creek , 



2 m W Cloverdale. 



9$ m NW Healdsburg 
14 m NW Healdsburg. 
4 m N Healdsburg.. 

Cloverdale 

4 m S Cloverdale ... 
4 m S Cloverdale .... 



3 m N Cloverdale 

7£ m NE Healdsburg. 

l| m E Geyserville 

7 m NW Healdsburg. 

Third Street 

Third Street 



Second and D Streets. 

Third Street 

Liberty Street 



C bet 4th and 5th. 

Keller Street 

Howard Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Keokuk Street 

Main Street 

Keokuk Street 

I Street 

Third Street 

Bremen Street 

Edith Street , 

Upham Street 

Off Napa Street .. 

Laurel Grove 

Main Street 



Main Street 

4 m SW Sonoma 

2| m SW Sonoma 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

4 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
4 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa... 

20 m SE Santa Rosa... 
26 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
4 m NW Santa Rosa... 
13 m NE Santa Rosa... 

15 m W Santa Rosa...> 

16 m W Santa Rosa.... 
12 m W Santa Rosa.... 

21 in W Santa Rosa.... 
53 m NW Santa Rosa. 

Matheson Street 

Hayden Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Santa Rosa. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma 

E Petaluma 

Petaluma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Glenellen. 

Sebastopol. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Fulton. 

Calistoga. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



159 



Name. 



Englehart Jas 

ELY DR B 

; Evans Mrs J 

; Eubanks J 

| Eubanks Wm 

! Ethridge D 

ENSIGN <fe DOUGLASS 

ENSIGN O J 

Evans J J 

Elliott T 

Eproson J 

Ellis W C 

] Eikenbary J S 

| Emerson J P 

Evans T 

Ellis L G 

Frazer C D 

Flynn W O'H 

Farmer C C 

PARMER J H 

FARMER & DAVIS 

Fitzgerald J 

FARMER E T 

Fortson J T 

FISHER & RAG AN 

FISHER A L 

Franidin F M 

Ferguson Mrs J 

Fulton James *. 

FARMER & TAYLOR- 
FARMER W H 

Farrell W 

FilcherJ T 

Fine A 

FITZGERALD REV A S 

! Fairbanks H 

j Fennerty John 

I Fernald J 

Fritsch John 

FiraP 

Foster J 

Feely Mrs M., 

Fuller I 

Fuller C 

Fuller & Son 

Fishburn J H 

; Ferguson J 

i Field J C 

Falkner M 

Finch H P 

Fredson A H 

Frick G W 

FELL A W 

Forster Mrs A 

Field Thos A 

Field W E 

FIREBAUGH H O 

FESSE WM H 

Fenno Jas E 

Forsman Dr J 

Fitch Wm 

Fogerty M 

Fried H 

Ferguson Bros 

Ferguson P J 

Ferguson H O 

FULLER H S 

Farish Wm 

Fouts A 

Foure Dr 

Fuller J P 

Fuller Mrs J S 



Occupation. 



Teamster 

Physician 

Glove Manuf..... 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Plasterer 

Butcher 

Butcher 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Drugs & M'dse.. 

Saloon 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Merchants 

Cigars &Tobacco 
Pres S K Bank- 
County Clerk.... 
Marble Dealers .. 
Marble Dealer... 
Engineer 



Farmer 

Butchers 

Butcher 

Clerk..... 

Soap Manufr.... 

Farmer 

Superintendent .. 

Banker 

Clerk 

Central Market- 
Grocer 

Saloon 

Barber 



Cooper.. 
Cooper.. 
Coopers. 



Farmer 

Quarryman. 
Secretary.... 



Photographer 

Millinery 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Attorney 

Merchant 

Jeweler 

Physician 

Vintner 

Teamster 

Saloon 

Grocers 

Grocer 

Grocer 

Healdsb'g House 

Laborer , 

Laborer 



Variety Store. 
Miner 



Place of Business. 



N side Plaza. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Geyserville 

Cloverdale Road 

Dry Creek Valley .... 

Robinson Ridge 

I m W Geyserville.... 

Napa Road 

Main Street 

Main and Second 

W side Plaza 

W side Plaza 

W side Plaza 

Fourth & Mendocino. 

W side Plaza 

Court House 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Main Street 



SW side Plaza 
SW side Plaza. 



Fourth Street 

2 m SW Sebastopol. 
Pacfic M E College . 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street; 

English Street 



B and Third. 
B and Third. 
B and Third. 



Benevolent Associat'n 



Main Street........... 

N side Plaza 

Fitch and Matheson. 

Sheridan Street 

E side Plaza 

West Street 

West Street , 

West Street 



West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 



West Street. 



Vallejo Street. 
Napa Street.... 
Union Street.. 



Residence. 



Hayden Street. 
Tucker Street.. 
North Street.... 



West Street. 



Geyser Street 

27 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
2£ m SE Geyserville.. .. 

2m S Geyserville 

2 m NW Healdsburg. 



1 m E Geyserville. 

Third Street 

Main and Second. 

Fourth Street 

Second Street 



Fifth Street... 
Fourth Street. 



Wilson Street 

Main Street ,. ... 

Glenn Street ,. 

Morton & Calist'ga Av 



Fifth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fourth Street 

Humboldt Street... ... .. 

College Avenue 

D Street 

Sixth Street 

Keokuk Street 

Liberty Street 

Washington Street 

City Hotel 

Upham Street 

Fourth and C 

D St bet 5th and 6th.. 



Seventh Street. 

D Street 

C Street 

Sixth Street 

Third and F.... 
Third Street.... 
C and First 



N side of Plaza 

Fitch and Matheson.. 

Sheridan Street , 

Tucker Street 



East and Matheson, 

Sheridan Street 

University Street..., 

West Street , 

West Street 



West Street 

7 m NE Healdsburg. 

West Street 

Vallejo Street......... , 

Vallejo Street 

E side Plaza 

Union Street 

Cor Napa 



Town or 
Post Office 



Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g 

N Healdsb'g, 

N Healdsb'g. 

N Healdsb'g, 

N Healdsb'g, 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 



160 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Fisher & Truet 

Fisher F 

Farnsworth C 

Fowler S C 

Fowler John H 

Fowler N D 

FOWLER J E & B. 

FOWLER J E 

FOWLER B 

Farrell M 

Fuller Thos 

Fitzpatrick A 

Folks J 

FAUGHT WILLIS 

Faught William 

Ford J B.. 

FULTON J 

Farrell ET 

FULTON BROS 

Fulton Thos 

FULLER O E 

Fayler 

Familier Geo 

Fletcher Wm 

Faudre 

Forsyth T A 

Ford 

Forseyth "Wm 

Ford Geo 

Foster 

Francis W J 

Freeman Hy , 

Foster H 

FiskBros & Co 

Fisk J C 

Fisk A J 

Fairbanks B 

Faster Chas 

Fargeson H 

Findley Jos 

Fairbanks B 

Fanning M..... 

Fitch Mrs J 

Furgeson R 

Fulkerson R F 

FORSYTH R 

Fulton D 

FortserMiss T 

Faught J 

Foss C 

Foushee E C , 

Franz Wm S 

Fewel J 

Fewell Hy , 

FLACK JOHN 

Foreman J 

Foster EA , 

FINLEY R ....... 

Foster F 

Foster A J 

Florence M 

FEENY P 

Findley J 

Fleming W 

Frazier G H 

Fridegger 

Fowler Robt 

FOLGER H 

Fullagar Wm 

Fullagar Alf...... 

FIOKAS A 

Fay J 



Occupation. 



Vintners 

Vintner 

Harness Manuf r 

Farmer 

Notary Public... 
Harness Manuf r 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Dairyman 



Farmer 
Saloon.. 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer , 
Farmer 



Grain Wareho'se 

Blacksmith 

Pro Saw Mill.... 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Chair Maker 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Laborer 

Tallyman 

Store and Hotel- 
Store and Hotel.. 
Store and Hotel . 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Stage Prop 
Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Sawyer 

Laborer.. .. 
Postmaster. 

Farmer 

Dairyman.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



E side of Plaza. 
E side of Plaza. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street., 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



£m W Bodega. 
Main Street 



Mark West 

$ m N Fulton. 
Mark West...., 
K R Depot 



Freestone Valley. 



Green Valley 

Russian River 

Mark West Creek 



Timber Cove. 



Fisk'sMill 

Stewart's Point. 
Stewart's Point., 
Stewart's Point. 



JmSE Freestone 

| m E Freestone 

2 m NW Sebastopol. 
1 m S Healdsburg .... 

J m E Fulton 

Santa Rosa Valley.... 
Mark West Creek..'.. 
Mark West Creek.... 
District School 



Knightville.... 
Franz Valley 



1 m SW Healdsburg. 

3 m SW Healdsburg. 

4 m S W Healdsburg . 

5 m SW Healdsburg. 
Russian River 



Ocean View House. 
Ocean View Road .. 

Bodega Road , 

Sonoma Road 

Main Road , 

3 m N Sonoma 

Robler Ranch , 



Sebastopol Road... 
Sonoma Mountain. 



Residence. 



E of Plaza 

Lincoln Street. 



John Street. 
John Street. 



Bodega Avenue. 
Bodega Avenue. 



Bodega 

7 m NW Santa Rosa. 
7 m NW Santa Rosa. 
7 m N W Santa Rosa . 
5 m NW Santa Rosa. 
7 m NW Santa Rosa. 



14 m S W Santa Rosa . 
13 m W Santa Rosa .... 
13 m W Santa Rosa.... 

11 m W Santa Rosa ... 

15 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
10 m NW Santa Rosa. 
2 m NW Santa Rosa. 

2 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

3 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
4£ m NW Santa Rosa. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa. 
47 m NW Santa Rosa., 
53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Rosa. 
56 m N W Santa Rosa., 
56 m NW Santa Rosa., 

12 m SW Santa Rosa.. 



14 m SW Santa Rosa. 

14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
9 mSW Santa Rosa.... 

15 m N Santa Rosa 

4£ m NW Santa Rosa. 

1 m W Santa Rosa 

4£ m NW Santa Rosa. 
4£ m NW Santa Rosa. 



7 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

14 m N Santa Rosa .... 
18 m N Santa Rosa.... 

18 m N Santa Rosa.... 
11 m N Santa Rosa... 
11 m N Santa Rosa.... 
17 m NW Santa Rosa. 

19 m NW Santa Rosa. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 

15 m NW Santa Rosa. 



23 m SW Santa Rosa. 
21 m SW Santa Rosa .. 
17 m W Santa Rosa.... 
25 m S Santa Rosa 



32 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m SW Santa Rosa. 
12 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
8 m SW Santa Rosa ... 
15 m SE Santa Rosa... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford. 

Valley Ford. 

Valley Ford. 

Valley Ford. 

Valley Ford. 

Valley Ford. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol . 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'm's B'y 

Fish'm's B'y 

Fish'm's B'y 

Freestone. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Fulton. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Ocean View. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



*160 



PAPER AND STATIONERY 

WAREHOUSE. 



Importers, Manufacturers and 




Nos. 327, 329 and 331 



» 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



uaw: 



mwM 



Made to Order 

From the Carew Extra Fine Ledger Papers. 

Banks, Corporations and Counting 
Houses Supplied. 

Sole Agents for Colgate's Superior 
Toilet Soaps for Pacific Coast. 



AUEItl 

MINERAL SPR 



Situated on Kelsey Creek 




Two Miles South of Kelseyville, on the 
Allison Ranch. 



These Springs are well situated on the bank of 
a beautiful stream, with good camping conveni- 
ences, and wood and water in the immediate 
vicinity. A large orchard and vegetable garden 
are also near at hand. 

The Springs, though recently discovered, are 
giving very general satisfaction. They are 
strongly impregnated with iron, thus making them 
valuable as a Tonic. One of the Springs is also 
heavily charged with Sulphur. # 



GOOD ROADS TO AND FROM THE SPRINGS. 



THOKAS ALIilSON. 



R. J. TRUMBULL, 



GROWER, IMPORTER AH DEALER IN 



BUMIIS 



TREES, PLANTS, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Wholesale sciac! IFletail. 

Catalogues on application. 



TkR. COHEN, THE ACKNOWLEDGED 

" only living Astrologer, tells you cor- 
rectly the events of your whole life; gives 
advice and reliable information so as to be bene- 
fitted; attest, 45, 000 consultations given in this city. 
DR. COHEN, as physician, has been very suc- 
cessful in curing diseases. Fee, $2; by letter, $3. 
It is not necessary to give the age. Office, 405 
Kearny street, corner of Pine. Satisfaction guar- 
anteed. 



'11 W I nil 
COR, SECOND & BROWN STS.. 




New Bank Block, 



NAPA CITY; 



(gmpfe&len ficfj bem geei)rten $ubtifum mit tyrem 
reict^attigen 2ager son 

<$llcittt>aarcit, 

unb fertige 

2Bir madjen befonberg barauf aufmerffam, baf 
burtf) aufjerft gunjlige 23erbinbungen tt>ir im Stanbe 
gefejjt, unfere 2Baaren 

biUiQCi, al$ irflcnb tin anfcereS £au$ 

in ^ieftger <2tabt ojfertren ju fonnen unb bitten 
flauflujtlge ftd} »on ber 2Ba^ri)eit uberjeugen $u 
twflen. 

JONASSON & FRIEDLANDER, 

New Bank Block, Napa City. 



*161 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



F. A. SAWYER. 



B. ]r. SAWYER. 



B, I SAWYEE & CO, 

Grant Ave., Napa City, 

NAPA CO., CAL. 



Wool-Washing 



TANNING ESTABLISHMENT. 

All kinds of Tanned Leather constantly in stock 
at Wholesale and Ketail. Highest market price 
paid for Hides. 

This is one of the largest Tanneries in the State. 
The Wool-Pulling and Washing capacity is also 
very great, they being able to cleanse and card 
3,000 lbs. daily. 

WOOL BOUGHT AND SOLD. 



CHARLES KRUG, 

VINTNER 



Is engaged in the cultivation of 



a- if*. Jk. :f> ei js ; 



Also in the manufacture of all kinds of 



California Wines & Brandies. 



Mr. K.'s Wines are very favorably spoken 
of by connoisseurs. 



Cellars and Salesroom: 

1 Mile North-west from St. Helena, 

NAPA CO., CAL. 



"* VAW 



OAKLAND, ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

AND 

NAPA CITY, NAPA CO., CAL. 

MANUFACTURES 

CARRIAGES. BUGGIES 



AND 



OF ALL KLJVDS TO ORDER. 



THE MANUFACTURE OF 



8HB @ATO VEtOW 

[A SPECIALTY. 

Wagon & Carriage Repairing. 

AgricMtnral Implements Repaired 

REASONABLY, SUBSTANTIALLY AND 
aUICKLY. 

J. E. POND, 



Counsellor at Law. 



WILL PRACTICE 



In any Court in the United States. 



Cor. 3d and Main Streets, 

NAPA CITY, 

CAL. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



161 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place oe Business, 



Residence. 



Town or 
PostOefice 



Fell E 

FELL J N 

Fine John 

Fraitas F 

Flage Wm 

Farris P 

Fulkerson J 

Fulkerson DrTS 

Finch D ••• 

FORD B F 

FERGUSSON J 

FREEMAN J H 

Frazier D S 

Freeman M K 

Fernand F 

FITZGERALD J 

Field John 

FalizA 

Frazier F 

Frazier TL 

Forbes Wm 

FairfieldD 

Fitch Wm 

Fitch Chas 

Freeham G H 

Flick B J 

Fluent J S 

Faull JT 

Freeman T W 

Frazier Wm 

Ferguson Wm W 

Fields S 

Ferry J 

Fitch S D 

Flack J 

Fellows D 

Frazier T 

Frazier Jas 

Faught Wm 

Faught L 

Ferguson J 

Fulkerson J 

Flewelon W 

Goldfish B 

Gray & Prindle 

Gray J W 

GARDNER L B 

GENTRY & MORRIS 

GENTRY W O 

Gluyas Mrs Eeese W 

Grace K 

Gillolly J 

Gautier L 

Gosage 

Geary E B 

Graut H A 

Grover & Bro 

GWINN & BRAINERD 

Goldstein H 

Grannel W H 

GWINN J 

GaleD 

Galvin Jas S 

Greene S 

Greening Wm 

Griess G 

Granville Mrs C 

Graham T J 

Gilbert Thos 

Gilbert J 

Gilbert P H 

Greenwood H 



Farmer.., 
Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 



Farmer. 
Farmer 



Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Dairyman. 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Saloon 



Center St AntoneBoad 
Centre St AntoneKoad 
Central Vallejo Koad 
2 m NE Petaluma 

1 m E Petaluma 

2|mM Lakeville ... 

Bincoln Valley 

Rincoln Valley 

S Rosa & Stony Pt Rd 
S Rosa & Stony Pt Rd 

Tomalles Road 

5 m NW Petaluma... 
5 m NW Petaluma... 

2 m WBloomfield 

3 m NW Petaluma... 
5 m E Bodega 



Saloon 

Barkeeper 

Baker 

Farmer 

Sheep Raiser.. 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Cook 

Carpenter 

Miner 

Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raiser- 
Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Dry Goods 

Elkhorn Market 
Elkhorn Market 

Jeweler 

Harness Man'frs 
Harness Man'fr. 



West Street 

West Street 

Cedar & N Y Mine. 
Healdsburg Road.... 

Sotoyome Mine 

Sotoyome Mine 

Little Geyser 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Fleetwood Mine 

Dutch Creek 

Caldwell Ranch 

Dry Creek Valley... 

Fort Ross Trail 

Dry Creek Road 

Calistoga Road 

Dry Creek Valley... 



Hot Springs Ranch 

Geyser Road 

Russian River 

Russian River 

Calistoga Road 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Main Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 



17£ m SW Santa Rosa. 
17£ m SW Santa Rosa 

15 m SW Santa Rosa... 
17 m SE Santa Rosa... 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

24 m SE Santa Rosa... 
5 m NE Santa Rosa 

3 m E Santa Rosa 

4 m SW Santa Rosa..~ 

5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa . 
16 m SW Santa Rosa- 
Head of Broad Street... 

Third Street..- 

U S Hotel 

West Street.-. 

25 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
21 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
28 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

6 m S Cloverdale 

8 m E Geyserville 

J m NW Healdsburg... 
16 m NW Healdsburg.. 

12 m W Cloverdale 

4 m N Healdsburg 

li m SW Healdsburg.. 
32 m NW Healdsburg.. 

13 m W Cloverdale 

8 m NE Cloverdale 

3 m NE Healdsburg.... 
3 m NE Healdsburg.... 

7 m NE Healdsburg.... 

f m E Geyserville 

2 J m E Geyserville 

Fourth Street 



Mendocino Street 
Third Street 



Cherry Street. 



Farmer . 
Laborer. 



Laborer 

Painter 

House Mover 

Hardware 

Harness Man'frs 

Merchant 

Shoemaker 

Harness Man'fr.. 

Farmer 

Trader 

Wagonmaker.... 

Farmer 

Brewer 



Main Street 

Washington Street- 
Main Street 

Washington Street- 
Washington Street. 



Main Street. 



Insurance Agt. 

Merchant 

Farmer 



Keller Street. 
Main Street... 



Mariner. 



Third Street 

Third Street 

College Ave 

Humboldt Street 

Second Street 

Fifth Street 

Keller and Prospect 

Keller Street 

Washington & Bodega 

Kentucky Street 

Kentucky Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street 

Liberty Street 

Western Ave 

Upham Street 

Keller Street 

D Street 

Eighth Street 

Eighth Street 

Third Street 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Two Rocks. 

Two Rocks. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Valley Ford, 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma- 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma- 

Petaluma- 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 



21 



162 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OF 



Name. 



Gunning Wm 

GaleLD 

Graves G W 

Gray G 

Gearing C A 

Giles B 

GUM & ZANE 

GUM I 

Gates R H 

Garrett Mrs L O W 

Goddard WH 

Goldstein H 

GRIEST P 

GILBRIDE R 

Gillespie H 

Gilbert M C 

GRATER J F 

Gilmore & Luedke 

Grundy T 

Graumlitch J 

Giles A L 

GilbrideP 

Gearing C A 

Green R J 

GRAFF JOHN 

Gaffeny John 

Glynn M 

Gordon Dr J B 

Grothaus T 

Gregson Wm 

Gilbert F , 

Gillard Wm 

Gilford TM 

GOODMAN & CO. 

GOODMAN L, S 

Gaines Mrs R C 

Gillin A 

GRAHAM J W 

Gilman L J 

GUERNE GEO E... 

Gauldin W W 

Gray T 

Gentry J 

Graham W J 

Grindley J 

Green G W 

Giulieri G , 

Grant J G 

Garner J 

Greenlee P M 

Gillespie S S 

Gray Wm 

Groves D 

Goodman J 

Groves A 

Ganes C 

Goodman Geo ..... 

Goddard D N 

Gordon A J , 

Gorley Wm 

Gore F 

Green C 

GillumM 

Gallagher J , 

Gleason Wm ... 

Gale OS - 

Gaffeny M 

Gribbin 

GIFFORD F M 

'Gillum J 

■Gladden WN 

Glaister T «*,■ 



Occupation. 



Mariner 

Farmer 

Physician , 

Tailor 

Butcher 

Engineer 

S Joon 

Saloon 

Carpenter 

Seamstress , 

Carpenter 

Merchant 

Carpenter 

Railroad Hotel. 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Union Hotel.... 

Jewelers 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Painter 

Teamster 

Butcher 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Stable 



Saloon 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Laborer 



Merchants 
Machinist . 



Bootmaker 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Saw Mill Prop. 
Farmer , 



Planer 

Sawyer 

Farmer , 

Dairyman.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 

Assessor 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Butcher - 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saw Mill Prop. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business, 



Main Street 

S side of Plaza 
Centre Street... 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Residence. 



Edith Street 

Bremen Street 

Washington Street. 

South Street 

Centre Street 

Centre Street 



West Street. 
Near Depot. 



West Street. 
West Street. 



Napa Street 

Napa Street 

off Napa Street. 

Napa Street 

Main Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street., 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street . 
Mark West. 



Miller's Mill. 
Clipper Mill.. 



m N Lakeville.... 
J m S Healdsburg. . 
Santa Rosa Valley. 
Mark West Creek . 
Mark West Creek . 

Old Mark West 

Mark West Creek . 
Warm Spring Mout'n 



4 m SW Healdsburg., 
6 m SW Healdsburg.. 



Green Valley 

Green Valley 

Green Valley 

Bodega & DuncanMill 

Bodega Bay 

Bodega Port 

Bodega Port 

Dutch Bell Creek 



\ m W Healdsburg ... 
Sonoma Road 



Mason Street 

Tucker Street , 

University Street 

Tucker Street , 

Matheson and Fitch. 
University Street.... 

Near Depot 

East Street 

East Street 

West Street , 



Johnson Street.. 
Johnson Street- 
Sherman Street- 
Piper Street 

Centre Street.... 
Centre Street.... 
off Napa Street. 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

W side Plaza... 



Main Street.... 
Lincoln Street. 

Bodega 

Bodega 

Bodega , 



Main Street 

Main Street 

7 m NW Santa Rosa.. 



3 m NW Santa Rosa... 

5 m NW Santa Rosa 
8 m NW Santa Rosa 

57 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

58 m NW Santa Rosa., 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

14m N Santa Rosa.... 

2 m N Santa Rosa 

10 m NE Santa Rosa. 

6 m NE Santa Rosa... 
m NW Santa Rosa.. 

7 m N Santa Rosa 

10 m N Santa Rosa 

12 m NW Santa Rosa. 

10 m NW Santa Rosa. 

11 m N Santa Rosa.... 

12 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 



Town or 
Post Office 



m W Santa Rosa 

10 m W Santa Rosa 

11 m W Santa Rosa.... 
26 m W Santa Rosa .... 

22 m W Santa Rosa 

22 m W Santa Rosa 

22 m W Santa Rosa ... 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m W Santa Rosa.... 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m S Santa Rosa...... 



E Petaluma 

E Petaluma 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomlield. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith's R'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Sebastopol. 

Timber Cove. 

Fish'm's B'y 

Fish'm's B'y 

Lakeville. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Calistoga. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville, 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol 

Sebastopol. 

Ocean View. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg 

Sonoma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



163 



Name. 



Griffith Mrs A 

Green Wm 

Goodman Wm 

Granstrom C 

Galbraith Samuel 

Galbraith Jas 

GilfoileP 

GOSS L 

GoessG A 

GIBSON JOHN 

Granella L 

Gassage J B 

Gill Quin 

Gannon Jas , 

Gxrsage Wm , 

Gossa^e John 

Goodwin J C 

Gerckon^ H 

Golden Thos 

GreenGD 

Gotely A 

Glenn Wm 

Glenn E 

Gibson Wm , 

Gregory H 

Gregory John 

Gilfoy P 

Giblin J 

Gregg I 

GALE O 

Greening Wm 

Gaskill C 

GIBBS H 

Giberson C M 

GASTON HAMILTON 

GASTON HUGH 

GASTON MARTIN 

Gibson H 

Gordon Kobt 

GAVER AP 

Gaver John 

GodyH 

Green P 

Graff J S 

Goetzelman J 

Grant Geo 

Gropp Chas 

GERKHARDT H F 

GRYFF J A 

Graves W C 

GillisR 

Goldthorpe J 

Gabriel 

Graham A 

Gerow G C 

Grisson Wm 

Gibson J 

Gibson S 

Green W W 

Green Thomas 

Gibney Geo 

Garrett J B 

Gryff John A 

Gunn JH 

GoodspeedA 

Green J E 

Gray I 

GALLAWAYA J 

Gleason C 

Gordon EH 

Gates 

GillH 



Occupation. 



Gardener 

Shipper 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Gardener 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Half- Way H'se. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

B^cksmich , 

Brewer 

US Hotel 

Mechanic 

Blacksmith 

Miner 

Miner 

Saloon 

Miner , 

Carpenter 

Stock Kaiser 

Stock Kaiser 

Stock Kaiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Cabinet Maker. 
Poultry Dealer.. 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser 

Farmer 



Sonoma Koad 

Main Koad 

Main Road 

2 m NW Lakeville... 

Donahue 

Donahue 

3 m N Lakeville 

Vine Lawn 

SW Sonoma Creek... 

Santa Kosa Road 

Santa Kosa Road 

Petaluma Road 

Pet & San Rafael R'd 

Bloomfield 

Pet & Seb Stage Road 
Pet & Seb Stage Road 
Goodwin's Road 



Place of Business. 



4 m E Petaluma 

2£ NE Petaluma 

Chilian Valley Road.. 

Sonoma Mountain 

Sonoma Mountain 

Pet & Lakeville Road 

5 m E Petaluma 

5m E Petaluma 

2£ m NE Lakeville... 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 

S Rosa & S Point R'd 
off Seb & Pet Road.... 

4 m N¥ Petaluma... 

5 mE Bloomfield 

1 m NW Two Rocks.. 
5 m.NW Petaluma... 
5 m NW Petaluma.... 
4 m W Petaluma 

2 m W Petaluma 

2J mW Bloomfield... 
2£m W Bloomfield.... 

£mW Bloomfield 

2 m Bodega 

\ m S Freestone 

\\ m W Sebastopol ... 



West Street 

Main and Second. 
West and Second. 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



Sheuster Place. 
Gibson Ranch., 
Gibson Ranch.. 



Cloverdale Road.... 

Cloverdale Road 

Geyserville 

Dry Creek 

Grant and Lincoln. 

Canyon Road 

Oat Mountain 

Dry Creek Valley.. 
Dry Creek Valley . 

E County Road 

Mill Creek 

Napa Road 



Residence. 



23 m S Santa Rosa. 



6 m S Sonoma , 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m SW" Santa Rosa. 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

15 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

20 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

7 m W Santa Rosa 

m SW Santa Rosa... 
m SW Santa Rosa... 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

16 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SE Santa Rosa .. 

18 m SE Santa Rosa... 

17 m SE Santa Rosa... 

19 m SE Santa Rosa... 
19 m SE Santa Rosa... 
24 m SE Santa Rosa... 

4 m E Santa Rosa 

5 m NE Santa Rosa 

5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
7 m SW Santa Rosa... 
12 m SW Santa Rosa... 

16 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 



14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
9 m SW Santa Rosa... 

East Street 

West Street 

Main and Second 

West and Second 

Geyser Street 

25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
7 m E Stewart's Point 
7 m E Stewart's Point 

3 m N Geyserville 

6 m NW Healdsburg 



\ m N W Healdsburg 
Healdsburg 

3 m N Cloverdale 

12 m NW Healdsburg. 
Z\ m NW Healdsburg. 

4 m NW Healdsburg... 
3£ m E Cloverdale.., 

5 m W Healdsburg.. 
2 m E Geyserville ... 



Town or 
Post Office 



bonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Oakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glen ell en. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Stony Point 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Two Rocks. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Stewart's Pt 

Stewart's Pt, 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 



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Name. 



GirdHS 

HillJ 

Harrow Mrs S A 

HaleH C 

Hardin W J 

Herrick Wm 

HeadK 

HallJQ 

Hailman P A 

Hutchinson S 

HUGHES H M 

HamlinM 

HENLEY B 

HUDSON T P 

HALL JE 

Harris J 

HoodG , 

Hayes RK 

Hardin J A 

Hewitt H T 

Hodgson K 

Hamburger S 

HAHMAN F G 

Holman J H 

Harris B E 

Holmes CH 

Hamilton Wm 

Hathaway 

Hofer F 

Hembree L 

Hardesty Wm 

Hager Geo D 

Hardesty B F 

Hardesty J 

Hunt W B 

Hall Mrs C A 

Hardy Wm 

Hoyt H 

HallL B 

HoodTB 

Haskins T J 

HATCH O P 

Hathaway Wm , 

Harvey J 

Hopes E 

Hunter J 

HannanP 

Holmes Mrs L T 

Hedges N M 

Hutton C E 

Hinkle J B 

Hutchins C J 

Hixon M 

Hinman DrM 

Hinkston Nancy 

HallK 

Howard J 

Hough G A 

Holton PH 

Hall Dr J H 

Hanly J 

Healy H 

Hammond G 

Haskins Wm 

Hildburgh Bros 

Harris GW 

Harris J W 

Haskins & Galusha 

Hogg Fred 

HENRY ANDREW. 

Hopkins T J 

Haskell B 



Occupation. 



Farmer 



Grocer 

Stock Kaiser , 

Laborer 

Deputy Sheriff.., 
Carpenter 



Farmer 

Pro Hotel 

Farmer 

Lawyer 

Druggist 

S Machine Ag't. 

Saloon 

Jeweler 

Grocer 

Dry Goods 

Keal Estate 

Tailor 

Cigar Manuf'r.... 
Cashier Bank.... 

Feed Store 

Laborer 

Poultry Dealer... 
Wagon Maker... 

Printer 

Baker 

Stock Raiser 

Teamster 

Carpenter 

Jobber 

Carpenter 

Farmer 



Lawyer 

Photographer. 



Merchant 

Found'y&Mach 

Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Mariner 

Currier 



Carpenter 

Teacher 

Land Agent.... 
Cong Minister. 

Cooper 

Physician 



Dairyman. 
Carpenter , 
Carpenter . 

Sailor 

Physician. 



Carpenter 

Farmer 

Wagon Maker 

Grocers 

Tinsmith 

Tinsmith 

Merchants 

Bookkeeper .... 
W F & Co Ag't 

Merchant 

Merchant 



Place or Business. 



Napa Road 



Fourth Street. 
Court House., 



Mapes' Hotel. 



W side Plaza, 
W side Plaza. 



E side Plaza 

Main Street 

Third Street 

Third and Main..., 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street. 

Main Street , 

W side Plaza 

Mendocino Street. 



Main Street. 
Democrat... 



Wilson Street. 



Main Street.., 
Keller Street. 



Washington Street. 



B and Third 



Sixth Street. 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street.. 



Residence. 



7 J m N Healdsburg .. 

Third Street 

Plum Street 

Sixth Street 

Green's Addition 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Humboldt Street 

Fifth Street 

Third Street 

Fourth Street 

Second Street 

Grand Hotel 



Main Street 

Third Street 

Mendocino Street.. 

Fourth Street 

Fifth Street , 

Third Street 

Third Street 

B Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

B Street 

Second Street 

Johnson Street 

B Street , 

College Avenue 

Wilson Street 

Davis Street 

Ninth Street 

Fifth Street 

No 5 Fifth Street.. 
Washington Street. 

Wilson Street 

Fifth and Davis 

Third and A 

Liberty Street 

Liberty Street 

Upham Street 

Upham Street 

Howard Street 

Howard Street 

Prospect Street 

Walnut Street 

Keokuk Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

A and Sixth 

Near City , 



Fair Street 

D Street 

D Street 

C Street 

E Street 

Sixth Street 

D Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

Fifth and E 

English and Kentucky 

Howard Street 

Howard and Harrison- 
Liberty Street 

Howard Street 

Main Street 

B bet Seventh & Eighth 
Fifth Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Healdsburg. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
SanFrancisco 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



165 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place op Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Hass & Co 

Hess F 

Holmes A 

Hemmingway D D 

Haven H 

Holmes & Andrews 

Harris Geo & Son 

Holm & Abraham 

Holm Jacob 

Husted Mrs Mary 

HARTER B <fe CO 

HARTER B 

Haubrich & Henderson 

Haubrich L 

Henderson H C 

Hedges Wm H 

Humphries C 

Howard A 

Hendrick & Williamson 

Hendrick E W 

Holmes & Lawrence 

Holmes H 

HEIZER R 

HOWELL JOHN G & S S 

HOWELL JOHNG 

HOWELL S S 

Hassett J D „ 

Hassett &Beeson ,... 

Hassett A 

HUTTONO 

Hall Miss L 

Holcomb Mrs 

Hutchins 

HASSETT O 

HUDSON & WARD 

HUDSON THOS 

Haigh Geo 

Hertel K 

Holler 

Hudson J L 

Hester Martin 

Hope V 

Hopfner Mrs C 

Hayne Jos 

Holmann A 

Hunt Mrs 

Healy John 

HOPKINS G W 

Hotle F 

Hickman B F 

Harlow Jas 

Hickman Mrs E 

Hoag D 

Hanratty P 

Hoag OH 

Herrick A D 

Hall Thos 

Hampton Dr Jas 

Hare Ed 

Hackett Dr J 

Haffel K 

Hopkins T J 

Hasbrough Mrs M 

Hasbrough H 

Howell F N 

Hoffer CA 

HOWE E A 

HEALD & GUERNE 

HEALD T T 

Hassett & Mead 

Hassett J D 

Harper Amos 



Saloon 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Clerk 

Bookkeeper. 

Saloon 

Tinsmiths... 

Saloon 

Saloon 



Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 



Street , 

Street 

and English 
and English 
and English 
and English 

Street 

Street 

Street 



Wagon Maker... 
Wagon Maker... 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Deputy Sheriff... 

Assessor 

Tannery 

Blacksmiths 

Blacksmith 

Harness Manuf s 
Harness Manuf r 
Flouring Mill.... 

Publishers 

Publisher 

Publisher 

Sotoyome M'ket 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Banker 

Laundress 



English Street. 
English Street. 
English Street 
English Street. 
English Street. 



Second Street 

W side Plaza , 

W side Plaza 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

S side Plaza 

S side Plaza 

S side Plaza 

Centre and Plaza. 

N side Plaza 

N side Plaza 

N side Plaza 



Laborer 

Miller 

Lumber Dealers 
Lumber Dealer.. 

Stock Kaiser 

Merchant 

Laborer 

Watchmaker 

Shoemaker 

Blacksmith 



W side Plaza 



Napa Street... 
Napa Street... 
W side Plaza. 



Carpenter. 
Druggist ., 



Napa Street. 



Shoemaker 

Pro Pion'r Hotel 

Laborer 

Harness Man'fr. 
Teacher 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Farmer , 

Laborer.. ... 
Attorney.... 

Clerk 

Blacksmith 



Main Street. 
Main Street., 
Main Street. 



Teamster. 



Blacksmith 

Hotel 

Music Teacher. 

Contractor 

Postmaster 

Clerk 

Hotel Prop 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill 

Farmer 



Main Street... 
Main Street.., 
Main Street.., 
Mark West ... 
Mark West... 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton House. 



Third and E 

Washington Street... 
Kentucky and Prospect 
Kentucky Street 



Main Street. 



Third Street 

Kentucky Street. 



Keller Street. 



Fifth and D. 
Sixth and F. 
City Hotel- 
Edith Street. 
G Street 



Centre Street. 



Main Street... 
Tucker Street. 



Sheridan and Piper. 
Brooklyn , 



£ m NW Healdsburg., 



Matheson Street.... 

Tucker Street 

Hayden Street 

Hayden Street 

R R Depot 

Hayden Street 

East Street 

West Street 

Sheridan Street 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

Broadway 

Union Street 

Broadway 

Union Hotel 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Pleasant Street 

Pleasant Street 

Lincoln Street 

Washington Street. 

Lincoln Street 

Big Valley Hotel.. 



Marin County 

James Street 

Bodega 

Main Street 

Main Street 

7 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
7 m NW Santa Rosa... 
5 m NW Santa Rosa... 
5 m NW Santa Rosa... 
5 m NW Santa Rosa... 



6 m S Healdsburg. 



L2 m N W Santa Rosa.. 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Brooklyn — 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford, 

Valley Ford 

Valley Ford 

Smith'sR'ch 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. _ 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Windsor. 



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Name. 



HEMBRBE A J 

HOPPER A 

Heald CM . 

Higgans J 

Home H P 

Hennis D H 

Hagan A 

Holloway J 

HOLLOW AY MRS M A 

Hood J 

HOLMES O H 

Henley Chas 

HALL E G 

HOPPER D 

Huffman A 

Hobson A D 

HillJ 

Hembree M 

Herington J 

Harbine L * 

Hardy J J 

HicksM 

Howard Wm 

Happy J H 

Haffron AH 

HoldridgeHF 

Harrison B 

Holbert 

Hotchkiss B 

HillJ 

Hedgepath C 

Hixson A 

Harmon W 

Hawkins Mrs 

Henshaw H B 

Hyatt Mrs 

Helmke F 

HarbuckD L 

Hardwick Geo 

Hanser S 

Hopps C 

Hollister S 

HallDE 

HuntB W 

Harvey T F 

Harvey L B 

Hamilton G W 

Houx JAM 

Hammill H 

Hasbrook J 

HALL A B 

Hall AS 

HUNTLY & COOK 

HUNTLY G W 

Hakes D 

Hitchcock H 

Hinds HB 

Higgans J 

Hudspeth J M 

Halloran Jas 

Haubert Jacob 

Haraszthy A F 

Harris Mrs 

Harrison Mrs , 

HINKSTON G B 

Halpin J 

Harris Mrs S E 

Hayes Wm 

Harrison Wm , 

Hooper G F 

HallB 

Hill WMcP 



Occupation. 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer . 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmrr. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 



Place op Business. 



7 m S Healdsburg.. 
imSE Windsor.... 
2J m SE Windsor. 
2 m NE Freestone . 
Santa Kosa Valley. 
Santa Eosa Vahey. 



Farmer 

Stock Eaiser. 

Farmer 

Bricklayer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Sawyer 

Farmer 

Lumberman. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



J m W Healdsburg 
| m SW Healdsburg.. 
5 m SW Healdsburg 
11 m SW Healdsburg 
10 m SW Healdsburg 
3 m W Forrestville... 

£ m S Forrestville 

2 m S Forrestville 

Green Valley 

Green Valley 

Dutch Bill Creek 

Coleman Valley 

Duncan's Mill 

Eedwoods 

Eedwoods 



Teamster. 



Merchant 

Saw Mill Supi 
Lumberman... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Canvasser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Milkman 

Milkman 

Flour Mill..... 
Flour Mill.... 

Dairyman 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 



Saloon — 
Engineer. 



Attorney. 
Farmer .. 
Farmer .. 
Farmer.., 
Vintner . 



Eicher Valley. 



Knight Valley 



m S Healdsburg. 



Timber Cove Eidge ... 

Fisk's Mill 

Stewart's Point 

Stewart's Point 



Eincon Valley 

Manning a Eanch 

4 m IS" Stony Point.. 

5 m N Stony Point.. 

5 m N Stony Point.. 
2 m NW Stony Point 

7 m NW Petaluma.. 

8 m NW Petaluma.. 

6 m SWBloomfield.. 

St Antone Eoad 

St Antone Eoad 

Main Eoad 

Main Eoad 

1\ m Bodega 

\ m E Bodega Corners 
§ m N Freestone 

2 m NE Freestone. 

3 m NE Freestone.. 

7 m W Santa Eosa. 

Sonoma Eoad 

off Sonoma Eoad.. .. 

Lakeville Eoad 

Sonoma Eoad 

28 m S Santa Eosa. 

Donahue 

3 m E Sonoma 

\\ m N Sonoma 

3 m N Sonoma 

W Sonoma Creek... 
W Sonoma Creek... 
W Sonoma Creek... 



Eesidence. 



Town or 
Post Oppice 



8 m NW Santa Eosa.... 

9 m NW Santa Eosa.... 
6 m NW Santa Eosa.... 
11m SW Santa Eosa.. 
3$ in NW Santa Eosa.. 
2J m N Santa Eosa 

6 m N Santa Eosa 

8 m NW Santa Eosa.... 
12 m NE Santa Eosa.., 
20 m NE Santa Eosa.., 
20 m NE Santa Eosa... 

15 m NSantaEosa 

16 m NW Santa Eosa.. 

17 m NW Santa Eosa., 
16 m NW Santa Eosa., 

12 m NW Santa Eosa., 
15 m NW Santa Eosa.. 

15 m W Santa Eosa.... 

11 m W Santa Eosa.... 

10 m W Santa Eosa ... 

8 m W Santa Eosa 

10 m W Santa Eosa.... 

16 m SW Santa Eosa. 

17 m SW Santa Eosa. 
30 m W Santa Eosa ... 
20 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
20 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
17 m W Santa Eosa.... 

13 m NW Santa Eosa. 
2 m NW Santa Eosa... 

2 m NW Santa Eosa... 

3 m NW Santa Eosa... 
3 m NW Santa Eosa... 
5 m NW Santa Eosa... 
16 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

49 m NW Santa Eosa, 
53 m NW Santa Eosa. 
56 m NW Santa Eosa. 
56 m NW Santa Eosa. 

50 m NW Santa Eosa. 
45 m NW Santa Eosa. 
3 m E Santa Eosa 

7 m SW Santa Eosa... 

8 m SW Santa Eosa.... 

9 m SW Santa Eosa... 

9 m SW Santa Eosa... 
9 m SW Santa Eosa.., 

12 m SW Santa Eosa. 
12 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
12 m SW Santa Eosa. 
16 m SW Santa Eosa., 
16 m SW Santa Eosa. 



Main Eoad, 



16 m W Santa Eosa... 
14 m SW Santa Eosa. 
11m SW Santa Eosa.., 
10 m S W Santa Eosa... 

7 m W Santa Eosa 

24 m N Santa Eosa .... 

22 m S Santa Eosa 

23 m S Santa Eosa 

23 m SW Santa Eosa. 

5 m W Sonoma 

22 m S Santa Eosa 

22 m S Santa Eosa 

22 m S Santa Eosa 

22 m S Santa Eosa 

18 m S Santa Eosa 

18 m S Santa Eosa 

17 m S Santa Eosa 



Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Freestone. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Santa Eosa. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Smith 'sE'ch 

Duncan's Ml 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Windsor. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Fulton. 

Freestone. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Timber Cove. 

Santa Eosa. 

Stony Point. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Stony Point., 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Valley Ford.; 

Valley Ford.: 

Bodega. 

Smith's E'chJ 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. < 

Sebastopol. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



167 



Name. 



Hill Humphrey 

Hays Thos 

Hood Wm 

Hutchison Sarnl 

Himebauch H 

Hopper Jr Wm J 

Harding A 

Hopper Thos 

Himebeauch J 

Hahn Chs 

Harmon L N 

Harmon J 

HEALD D G 

HUGHES R 

Holbasch F 

Hoffman H W , 

Hinshaw W P 

Hinshaw E C 

HOLLY S B 

HOLLY & MAGOON 

Hasbrouck A 

Henly John 

Hagan H 

Hastings F 

Hastings J 

Hastings G 

Howard 

Hedrick D 

Hoar FB 

HARDIN W H 

Hester 

HARRIS R 

Hall H 

Hardin Mrs 

Henly P 

HIGGINS A 

Harris J , 

Hunt B W 

Hyde 

HallM V , 

Hilbey Mrs C B 

Howard S L , 

Harper T 

HoadleyJF 

Hess Chris 

Haupht J 

Hamilton M K 

Hudson D 

Howland S W 

Harris J 

Hilby W 

Higgins W 

Henry Albert 

Harbin J M 

Hudson J B 

| Harris Dr W 

HAYES T B 

| Howe Sr A 

I Howe JrA 

j Henry SB ... 

! Hayes B 

! HEALD J G 

| HOLLINGSWORTH B S 

Heimbold H C 

i HallD W 

! Hall Wm H 

i HALL L J 

| Hail Wm 

Halter P 

Hamilton E 

Hedrick J 

Hopper Wm 



Occupation. 



Vintner 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Fruit Grower.. 
Fruit Grower.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fa-mer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Wagoimaker.... 
Wagonmakers... 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Faimer 

Farmer 

F2 rnier 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Section Master. 



Place or Business. 



W Sonoma Creek 

Santa Kosa Koad 

Los Guilucos 

Santa Kosa Road 

PetalumaRoad 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Tel I oad to Bloomf d 

Sunny Side Ranch 

Sunny Side Ranch 

Pet & San Rafael R'd 

Sebastopol Rd 

Sebastopol Road 

Seb and Petaluma Rd 
Blmf d & Pet Tel Rd 
Blmf d & Pet Tel Rd 
Bloomfield & Seb R'd 
Bloomfield & Seb R'd 
Bloomfield & Seb R'd 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Van Winkle Place.... 
E Pet & S Rosa Rd... 

Sonoma Mountain 

Sj An tone Creek Road 
Pet & Bl'd Tel Road 
Central Vallejo Road. 
Pet & Sonoma Tel R'd 
Pet & Lakeville Rd,.. 

Rincon Valley 

Blutcher Valley 



Residence. 



Attorney.... 

Carpenter 

Hardware , 

Blacksmith 

Tinware , 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Superintendent . 
Superintendent . . 
Miner 



Miner 

Gardener 

Miner 

Physician 

Saloon 

Billiard Saloon.. 
Billiard Saloon.. 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Hotel Prop'r 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 

Faimer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



17 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m S Santa Rosa 

7 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m S Santa Rosa 

3 m S Santa Rosa 

3 mS Santa Rosa 

9 m S Santa Rosa 

17 m SW Santa Rosa .. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

7 m SW Santa Rosa ... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

15 m SW Santa Rosa... 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
9mSW Santa Rosa.... 

2 m SE Santa Rosa 

3 m SE Santa Rosa 

9 m SE Santa Rosa 

8 m SE Santa Rosa 

9 m SE Santa Ro.a 

9 m SE Santa Rosa 

10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
8£ m SW Santa Rosa... 

14 m SE Santa Rosa... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa... 
19J- m SW Santa Rosa 

15 m SW Saita Rosa.. 

16 m S Santa Rosa 
16 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
18 m SE Santa Rosa. 

5 m E Santa Rosa 

8 m SW Santa Rosa.. 



West Street. 



West Street 

West Street 

We it Street 

Main Road 

Main Street 

Flagstaff Q Mine 
Missouri Q Mine- 



Little Geyser 

Little Geyser 

Little Geyser 

Little Geyser 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Oat Valley 

Geyser Springs 

County Road 

E County Road , 

Calistoga Road 

Calistoga Road 

Napa and Clov Rd. 

Geyserville 

Cloverdale Road..., 
Cloverdale Road..., 
Hopper Creek 



West Street. 



West Street. 



Jefferson Street 

West Street 

West Street 

Main Road 

25 m NW Santa Rosa 
27 m NW Santa Rosa, 
29 m NW Santa Rosa 



Town or 
Post Office 



28 m NW Santa Rosa. 
28 m NW Santa Rosa. 
28 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
28 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa., 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa, 
25 m NW Santa Rosa, 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
34 m NW Santa Rosa., 
34 m N Santa Rosa..... 

Sulphur Creek 

2£ m E Cloverdale 

4 m N Healdsburg 

4 m N Healdsburg 

2 m NE Geyserville.... 



I m S Geyserville ., 
I m N Healdsburg. 
3£ m S Cloverdale. 



Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point, 

S.ony Point. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Sebastopol. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Dodgeville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 



168 



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Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Hopper T B 

Hopper Jasper 

HaleMN 

Hartsock A 

Henry J A 

HENDRICKS J 

Hassett J , 

Hassett M 

HaleM 

HEFFELFINGER W J... 

Hale Wm 

HILL J 

HaehlH 

Haehl C 

Hendricks N C 

Harlow J 

Hallengeren S P 

Hendricks J M 

Heaton S O 

HARMAN F V 

Hayes N 

Haigh J B 

Hopper David 

Hooton M V 

Harris D H 

Hammeken H 

Haigh Robt 

Haigh GeoW 

Harper T 

Hess A 

Hopper Wm S 

Harrington G 

HOWARD S D 

Hamson HA 

Hawkins G 

Harmon Wm 

Hixson J 

Hixon JM C 

Ingraham 

Iten J 

Irwin 

Isaacs A 

Irwin R 

Inmann ND 

Irving C 

Irving T N 

Inmon H K 

Ingram S 

Illingworth J 

Isaacs J 

Ingham A H 

Inglehardt J 

Julliard C F 

JUSTICE MISS S H 

Johnson Melville 

JOOST <& METZGER 

JOOST J 

Jones G W 

Johnson A 

Johnson E 

Johnson Mrs M 

Jones C 

Johnson R J 

JOHNSON & HENLEY. 

Jahn F 

Johnson P 

Jay David 

Johnson C 

Jewell E 

Jackson J 

Jameson S , 

Jones L B 



Parmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Butcher 

Grocer 

Printer 

Teamster 

Farmer '. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Cooper 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser...., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 
Stock Raiser...., 

Carpenter 

Miner 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Engineer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Deputy Sheriff- 
Gardener 



Hopper Creek 

Hopper Creek 

Cloverdale Road.... 
Dry Creek Road.... 
Dry Creek Valley , 

Black Canyon 

Dry Creek Valley , 
Dry Creek Valley , 
Near City 



3£ m S Cloverdale 

3£ m S Cloverdale 

3 m N Geyserville 

6£ m S Cloverdale 

7£ m N Healdsburg.... 
12 m NW Healdsburg.. 
\ m NW Healdsburg.. 
\ m NW Healdsburg... 



Dry Creek Valley 

Black Canyon 

Cloverdale Township, 
Cloverdale Township, 

Dry Creek Valley 

Dry Creek Valley 

Dry Creek Valley 

M'tain View Ranch... 

Dry Creek Valley 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Guerneville Road 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Fort Ross Trail 

Fort Ross Trail 



Healdsburg Road. 
Healdsburg Road. 

Geyser Road 

Harper Creek 

Geyser Road 

Calistoga Road.... 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Court House 



1 m NW Healdsburg.. 
3£ m NW Healdsburg.. 
16 m NW Healdsburg 

Near City 

Near City 

7 m NW Healdsburg... 

11 m NW Healdsburg 

12 m NW Healdsburg 
14 m NW Healdsburg.. 
7 m NW Healdsburg... 
6 m NW Healdsburg... 

5 m N Healdsburg 

4 m N Healdsburg...... 

\\ m SW Healdsburg.. 
l| m W Healdsburg... 

2 m W Healdsburg 

1 \ m NW Healdsburg.. 
25 m W Healdsburg... 
25 m W Healdsburg... 
Cloverdale 

2 m SW Cloverdale.... 

l£ m S Cloverdale 

12 m E Cloverdale 

Elkhorn Ranch 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Lumberman. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Dairyman.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Plasterer 

Stock Raiser. 
Hardware.... 
Millinery .... 

Attorney 

Brewera 

Brewer 

Teacher , 

Teacher 



8 m SW Healdsb'g.. 

Green Valley 

Stewart's Point 



Petaluma Road 

7 m E Petaluma 

Rincon Valley 

7 m W Santa Rosa 
10 m SW Healdsburg 



6£ m NE Healdsburg.. 
7 m NE Healdsburg.... 

1 m NE Geyserville 

7 m NE Healdsburg..., 

Santa Rosa Road 

Second Street 

Third Street 

16 m NW Santa Rosa. 
12 m W Santa Rosa... 
56 m NW Santa Rosa. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa. 

2 m SW Santa Rosa... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa.., 
5 m E Santa Rosa 



Black Canyon 

Main and Third.., 

Fourth Street 

W side Plaza 

Second Street 

Second Street 

Healdsburg Road. 



12 m NW Santa Rosa. 

Sheridan Street , 

12Tm NW Healdsburg. 

Main Street 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street....... 



Quarryman. 
Contractor.. 
Attorneys... 

Barber 

Saloon 

Blacksmith- 
Saloon 

Merchant ... 

Miner 

Carpenter... 
Clerk 



Third and Wilson 

Healdsburg Road 

Washington Street 

Third Street 

Humboldt Street 

Fifth Street 

Second and E Streets.. 



W side Plaza 

No 47 Main Street- 
Dry Creek Road 

Washington Street.. 



Liberty Street., 



Keokuk Street, 

Main Street 

Sixth Street 

Main Street 

Liberty Street 

Liberty Street 

Liberty Street 

Howard & West Ave. 



Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Dodgeville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Healdsburg. 

Sebastopol. 

Fish'ns Bay 

Timber Cove 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



169 



Name. 



Jose M H 

Johnson T 

Jacobs TR 

Johnson A 

Jewell J R 

Joyce T 

JENNER O K 

Jenner & Lamb 

Jenner E K 

JENNER & RAYMOND 

Jefferson L 

Jacobs E 

Jenkins G F 

JEWETT D G 

Johnson P M 

Jackson WL 

JESTER R F 

Jacobs A 

Jones R A 

Johnson R S 

Jones H M 

Johnston Wm H 

Jenny D 

Johnson A 

Johnson J 

Jackson 

Jacobs E 

Judson L 

Joy B 

Jewell R 

Johnson L M 

Jones D S 

Johnson J L 

Johnson Orrick 

Justi Capt Chas 

James C A 

Jintoig J 

Johnson M M 

Judson J 

JACKSON M 

Johnson S 

Jones W 

Johnston N 

Jones J 

Jones Wm 

Johnston Wm 

JUDSON JOHN B 

JONES WM 

Jewell E C 

Jeter Mrs M A 

Johnson T 

Johnson G 

Jackson Jos 

Joyce Mrs 

Joice Wm 

Jones Wm 

Jacob Jas 

JACOB GEO 

Jones J 

Johnson T 

Jenkins G 

Jones G W 

Jones Chas 

Kirsch J 

Kessing & Tupper 

Kessing C 

Klas Mrs M P 

KORBEL BROS 

KORBEL F 

KORBEL A 

KORBEL J 

Keith JS 



Occupation. 



Carpenter.... 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Attorney 

Dentists 

Dentist 

Attorneys.... 

Teamster 

Tailor 

Carpenter... . 
Carpenter. ... 

Tanner 

Clerk 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Barkeeper.... 
Lumberman. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saw Mill 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Postmaster. . 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer. 
Farmer 
Farmer. 



Blacksmith .. 

Miner 

Bakery 

Teamster 

Miner 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Barber 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Grocer 

Box Manufact'rs 
Box Manufact'r. 
Box Manufact'r. 
Box Manufact'r. 
Merchant 



Place of Business. 



Main Street. 



S side of Plaza.. 
S side of Plaza. 
S side of Plaza. 
S side of Plaza. 



West Street. 



West Street. 
Napa Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



2\ m S Windsor. 
Mount Jackson... 
Duncan's Mill..., 
Duncan's Point.., 
Bodega Bay 



Miller's Mill 

Sonoma Road , 

Sonoma Road 

off Sonoma Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Petaluma Road 

Sebastopol Road 

Bfd & Petl'a Tel Rd 

Blutcher Valley 

E Pet & S Rosa Road 
Lakeville and Pet Rd 

Rincon Valley , 

S Rosa & S Point R'd 

3 m N Stony Pt 

\\ m N Stony Point., 
off English Street Rd. 

1 m W Bloomfield 

2 m W Bloomfield 

4 m SE Two Rocks- 



Main Street 



Fleetwood Q Mines.. 
Alexander Valley... 
Alexander Valley... 

Wine Creek 

West Street 

E County Road 



Dry Creek 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Third Street 

Office 4th & Wilson 
Office 4th & Wilson 
Office 4th & Wilson 
Office 4th & Wilson 



Residence. 



Western Avenue 

C and Fourth 

Keller Street ... 

Fair Street 

D Street 

Bremen Street 

Piper and East Streets. 



Mason Street. 



North Street 

Piper and Sheridan Sts 

Sheridan Street 

West Street 

Union Hotel 

Main Street 



6 m NW Santa Rosa. 
20 m NW Santa Rosa., 

30 m W Santa Rosa 

27 m W Santa Rosa.... 
23 m W Santa Rosa .... 
12 m NW Santa Rosa., 

4 m NW Santa Rosa., 

5 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Rosa., 

17 m SW Santa Rosa., 
51 m NW Santa Rosa., 

4 m SW Sonoma 

\\ m NE Sonoma 

15- m NE Sonoma 

20 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa 

9 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m SW Santa Rosa., 

9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 

10 m SE Santa Rosa... 
20 m SE Santa Rosa... 

3 m E Santa Rosa , 

3 m SW Santa Rosa... 

7 m SW Santa Rosa... 
5£ m SW Santa Rosa., 

15 m SW Santa Rosa., 

15 m SW Santa Rosa., 

16 m SW Santa Rosa., 
14 m SW Santa Rosa., 

Broad Street 

West Street 

Main Street 

25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa., 
25 m NW Santa Rosa., 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m NE Healdsburg.. 
6£ m NE Healdsburg.. 

6 m NW Healdsburg... 

Cloverdale 

2\ m E Cloverdale 

Geyser Springs 

6 m NW Healdsburg.. 
D Street 



Main Street 

College Avenue. 



Fifth Street. 
A Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Guerneville. 

Fulton. 

Healdsburg. 

Duncan's Ml 

Duncan's Ml. 

Ocean View. 

Forrestville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Bloomfield. 

Smith's R'ch. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Two Rocks. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Stony Point. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Dodgeville. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

San Francisco 

Santa Rosa. 

SanFrancisco 

Santa Rosa. 



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170 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Koch August 

Klutes H 

Kidd Wm 

KUYKENDALL G.. 

Kerr Wm 

Knox F 

KeimB F .... 

Kearney D 

Kill James 

KOHLE A 

KELLY L 

KUYKENDALL A. 

Knox J 

Kopf Wm 

Kennelev Jas 

Kelley Mrs S 

Kenney John 

Kessenich H 

Kahn A 

Keays Wm 

Keating & Corless 

Keating M M 

Kemp T 

Kane Wm 

Kenney G 

Kenney H 

Knowles J H 

Kinley M 

Kelty Mrs S 

Knapp W L 

Kelly J 

KRON J 

Kelley A 

Kelly J 

Kubie C 

Kingsbury Mrs Emily... , 

Kennay P 

Kearny M 

KING BROS 

KING J 

KING R 

Kellogg Mrs F E 

Knaak & Coston 

Knaak A 

Keller F 

Knackstedt H 

Keil G 

KNAPP A H 

Knapp Chas 

Kauffman L ', 

Knox J .... 

Kuffel J 

KOWALSKY I 

KOWALSKY E H.. 

Kennedy C 

Kennedy & Wilkerson... 

Kenney J 

Kidd Mrs 

Kruse J 

Kennedy C W 

Kennedy J . 

Kennedy GH 

KiseSC 

King Thos 

KENNEDY H O 

Knowles J 

Knowles D 

Kee Wm 

KeeJ 

Keathly S 

Kenney P 

Kinglebury C 



Occupation. 



Barber 

Carpenter.... 
Saw Maker., 
Carpenter..., 
Teamster...., 

Student 

Job Wagon. 
Carpenter..., 
Carpenter ... 



Place of Business 



Fourth Street. 



Grand Hotel.. 
Carpenter.... 

Grocer 

Carpenter 

Plumber 

Milliner 

Clothing, etc. 

Tailor 

Furniture 

Upholsterer .. 
Paint Store... 
Paint Store... 



Laborer 

Horse Trainer. 
Horse Trainer. 

Politician 

Laborer 



Laborer , 

Wine Dealer. 
Stock Dealer.. 
Stableman...., 
Tailor 



Grocer 

Laborer 

Livery Stable.... 
Livery Stable.... 
Livery Stable.... 



Cabinetmakers. 
Cabinetmaker . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Shoemaker 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Butcher 

Saloon 

Section Boss — 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Tan BarkD'lr. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 



Main Street... 
Fourth Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street 

Wash'ton & Hopper. 



West and North. 
West and North. 
West and North. 



West Street. 
West Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Mark West 

Mark West 

Old Mark West. 



Knight Valley Eoad. 
5 m SW Healdsburg. 



Willow Creek. 
Willow Creek- 
Bodega Point... 
Irish Hill 



Timber Cove. 
Salt Point 



Eesidence. 



Mapes' Hotel 

B Street 

College Street 

College Avenue 

Sixth Street 

A Street 

Fifth Street 

Johnson Street 

Cherry Street 

Green's Addition.... 

Main Street 

College Avenue.... 

Fifth Street 

Second Street 

Washington Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

D and Second 

Kentucky Street .... 
E and Second 



F bet 4th and 5th Sts 

Kentucky Street 

Western Avenue 

Fair Ground 

Fair Ground , 

Western Avenue 

Walnut Street 

Keokuk Street 

Fifth Street 

Bassett Street 

Seventh Street 

D Street 

C Street 

G and Seventh Sts 

First Street 



Adams Street. 



Union Hotel 

West Street 

Piper and University. 



West Street 

off Napa Street 

off Napa Street , 

Union Street 

Pleasant Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Eoad 

Main Eoad 

Main Eoad 

Main Eoad 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

7 m NW Santa Eosa.. 

7 m NW Santa Eosa.. 

6 m NW Santa Eosa... 

8 m NW Santa Eosa... 

7 m NW Santa Eosa. 
7 m NW Santa Eosa. 
10 m NE Santa Eosa... 
16 m NW Santa Eosa. 



21 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
21 m SW Santa Eosa., 
23 m W Santa Eosa.... 
21 m W Santa Eosa.... 
ljm NW Santa Eosa.. 
42 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma 

E Petaluma 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g 

N Healdsb'g 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Smith 'sE'eh. 

Smith's E'ch 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Santa Eosa. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Forrestville. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Smith'sE'ch. 

Smith's K'ch. 

Santa Eosa. 

Timber Cove. 

Fisk's Mill. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



171 



Name. 



Kesler J 

Knipp A 

KNIPP & STENGEL 

KitzAdam 

Kennedy Jas 

Karr John 

KIMBALL G W 

KEENAN ALEX 

Koch John 

Klinger M 

Kizer John 

King John 

Kennedy Wm 

Kennedy J W 

Kelsey R 

Kimms Wm F 

KILLAM A F 

Kerr J 

Kemper C A 

Koster J 

KAUFFMANN A F 

Kamp N 

Kiggans T 

King Chas 

Kierran Mrs 

KingMW 

Kier H 

KERNS & 

SHREWSBURY 

KERNS J 

Kline M 

Killgore A C 

Knight J 

Keller Chas 

KochN R 

Kresteler E 

King J H 

KLEISER J A 

KierH 

Kerr J 

Kissack A 

Keller C 

King J 

Knowland C 

Kelley J 

Lamb L M 

Label H 

Lynch J 

LOUCKS A H 

LYON, MITCHELL, 

BAKER & ROSS 

LYON J H 

Latapie E 

Lancaster Wm 

Langdon C W 

Lehman G L 

Langer H 

Lucke C 

Lockly Mrs A 

LUTTRELL J K 

Light E 

Lovett O H 

Little Jas 

Lane D S 

Lampkin Mrs C A -. 

Loranger John 

Lane AW 

Lamberti S 

Learan Miss N C 

Lockwood J E 

| Lyford WG 

: Lodge Miss J 



Occupation. 



Teamster 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raisers 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Agt& Farmer... 
Superintendent- 
Farmer 

Farmer ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Cheese Manufa'r 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman... 

Farmer 

Saloon 



Farmer .. 



Fashion L. Stab. 
Fashion L. Stab. 

Merchant 

Laborer 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Shoe Store 

Farmer 

Contractor 

Vintner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Bar& Bil. Room 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Cottage Saloon.. 

Carriage Manfs 
Carriage Manf'r 

Sheriff. 

Optician 

Attorney 

Painter 

Teamster 

Cabinetmaker... 



Congressman .... 

Farmer 

Carpenter i.... 

Barkeeper 

Editor 

Dressmaker 

Wagon Maker... 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Dressmaker 

Butcher 



Dressmaker 



Place or Business. 



Fisk's Mill 

Behler's Ranch 

Behler's Ranch 

Buena Vista Ranch.... 
West Sonoma Creek.. 

Lakeville 

Lakeville 

Donahue 

Behler Ranch 

W side Sonoma Creek 
S Road to Bloomfield 
MainR'd to Bloomfd 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

E Vallejo Road 

Center St AntoneRoad 

1 m E Petaluma 

3 m E Lakeville 

3 m N Stony Point.... 

Blutcher Valley 

l£ m W Two Rocks... 
off English Street R'd 
Hall's Ranch • 

4 m NW Petaluma... 
Main Street 



West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 



Annie Belcher QMine 



Main Street 

Dry Creek 

West Street 

Main Street 

Healdsburg Road. 
Cloverdale Road.. 

Geyser Road , 

Lake Co Road 



Dry Creek 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Mendocino Street. 



Main Street.... 
Main Street... 
Court House.. 
Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 



Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 



Street.. 
Street. 
Street. 
Street., 
Street. 
Street. 
Street . 



English Street. 



Residence. 



53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
61 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
61 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

26 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa 

14 nr S Santa Rosa 

16 m SW Santa Rosa., 

10 m SE Santa Rosa... 

11 m SE Santa Rosa... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa... 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

24 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
7 m SW Santa Ro*a... 

12 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
20 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa., 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

18 m SW Santa Rosa... 

Freestone 

Broad Street 

Fourth Street 



West Street 

West Street 

Geyser Street 

25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
4 m NW Healdsburg... 

West Street 

Main Street 

2 m SW Cloverdale.... 

l£ m E Geyserville 

6f m NE Healdsburg.. 
6 m NE Cloverdale .... 
16 m E Stewart's Point 



Main Street... 
Fourth Street. 
Main Street... 
Mapes' Hotel. 



Third Street 

Second Street 

Cor First and B 

Mendocino Street 

Washington Street 

Fifth Street 

First Street 

Humboldt Street 

College Avenue 

Fourth Street 

Kentucky bet Eng. & B 

Howard Street 

Fifth Street 

Main Street 



Keller Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Kentucky Street.... 
Washington Street. 
English Street 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay, 

Fish'ns Bay, 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Glenellen. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Stony Point. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Freestone. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Geyserville. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Healdsburg. 
Cloverdale. 
Cloverdale. 
Geyserville. 
Clairville. 
Healdshurg. 
Cloverdale. 
Stewart's Pt 
Cloverdale. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



172 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Lodge J D 

Lang H 

Lightner J M , 

Lougee F W 

Linebaugh J , 

Lamoreaux W 

Looney Mrs E , 

Lovejoy A P 

Lovejoy Dr Geo 

Lloyd Wm O 

Lippitt ES 

LysterH 

Lanahan Mrs M 

Lewis Mrs B A , 

Lyford W G 

Lawrence G 

Lamb H O 

Lewis M 

Lewis J 

LiddleH 

Luedke J 

Livcy C K 

Leard Mrs P 

Law J J 

Lewis Mrs J 

Ludemann J 

Lawlor J 

LINEHAN J 

Lewis Geo W 

Lind John 

LEVY B 

LYON R B 

Lake W D 

LEFEB VRE O M . 

Lindsay J 

LONG FRED 

Lindsay J J 

Lafferty H H ... 

Lindsay & Clark , 

Laughlin J 

Longley R G 

Line A 

Legg Thos 

Lee Wm 

LONG J 

Lawler P 

Looney A 

Lindig C 

Lane Chas 

Lloyd Wm L 

LOWE E & BRO. 

LOWE D 

Longmore Wm 

Lewis M 

LeMayR 

Lockhart Wm 

Lock 

Looney Wm , 

LATIMER L D 

Lindsay E 

LEWIS R E 

Lawhead J B 

LakeSH 

Laughlin M N 

Letcher N 

Landsell B 

Lay F . 

LyttleF N 

Lee WH 

Legg Thos 

Lapum H 

Laws A . 



Occupation, 



Real Estate Agt. 

Clerk 

Expressman 



Farmer..., 
Merchant 



Telegr. Manager 

Dentist 

Musician 

Attorney , 



Harness Manuf'r 

Dentist 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Watchmaker 

Gunsmith 



Laborer. 



Cooper 

Saloon 

Livery Stable.... 
Tel. Manager.... 

Saloon 

Merchant 

Blacksmith. . . . 

Butcher 

Hotel Proprietor 

Laborer 

Hotel & Resta'nt 

Merchant 

Bootmaker 

Merchants 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Carpenter 

Road Supt 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmers 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Attorney 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Engineer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



English Street. 
Main Street — 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Washington Street. 



Main Street 

S side of Plaza 



West Street. 



Vallejo Street 
Napa Street..., 
Jersey Street.. 
West Street.... 
Napa Street..., 
Napa Street.... 

Broadway 

Main Street..., 
Main Street.... 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Mark West . 



Forrestville 

Forrestville 

E Pet & S Rosa Rd... 

6 m E Petaluma 

2£ m N Stony Point.. 
4 m N Stony Point... 
4 m SW Bloomfield... 
9 m NW Petaluma... 
9 m NW Petaluma.... 
9 m NW Petaluma.... 
£ m E Bodega Corn's 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Mark West Creek 

Mark West Creek 



Richer Valley. 



4 m SW Healdsburg .. 

5 m SW Healdsburg 

5 m SW Healdsburg 

6 m SW Healdsburg 



Sonoma Valley. 



Green Valley. 



Residence. 



English Street 

Keller Street 

Keller Street 

Liberty Street 

Keokuk Street 

Kentucky Street 

Fifth Street 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

Seventh bet B and D. 

Sixth and D 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

Third Street 

Washington Street.... 

Tucker Street 

Tucker Street 

Matheson Street 

Tucker Street 

Tucker Street , 

East Street 

Cloverdale Road 

Johnson Street 

off Town send Street.... 

off Napa Street 

E side Plaza 

Napa Street 

Jersey Street 

E side Plaza 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

Broadway 

Main Street ... 

Main Street ., 

Bodega 

Bodega 



Main Street 

Main Street *....,.. 

7 m NW Santa Rosa,, 



12 m W Santa Rosa ... 
12 m W Santa Rosa.... 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

7 m SW Santa Rosa ... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa... 
18 mSW Santa Rosa... 
16 m SW Santa Rosal- 
ie m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m W Santa Rosa 

2| m N Santa Rosa.... 

8 m NE Santa Rosa 

m NE Santa Rosa 

6 m N Santa Rosa .. 

7 m NW Santa Rosa-. 

11 m NW Santa Rosa- 
14 m NW Santa Rosau. 

12 m NW Santa Rosa... 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa-, 
16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m W Santa Rosa. 

16 m W Santa Rosa~... 
26 m SE Santa Rosa -.. 



10 m W Santa Rosa 
17 m W Santa Rosa. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Petal uw. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point, 

Sebastopol. 

Bloom-field. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluiaa. 

Petal ur»a. 

Smith'sR'ch, 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Guerneville. 

Sebastopol . 

Sonoma. 

Forrestvill'e. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Sebastopol. 

Smith'sR'ch. 






NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



173 



Name. 



Lowrey E W 

Ludolph H 

Laughlin L 

Litton J P .., 

Lowry J T 

Lyttaker L T 

Lennan P. 

Liddle Jas 

Liddle Wm 

Liebig F 

Low Geo , 

Leclere Geo 

Lancaster J 

Lancaster C 

Lowell AD 

Leiding G F 

LaVine Frank 

Lubeck C 

Lawse J 

LAMOTTE A V.... 
Leavenworth Dr T M.. 

Lavin J 

LIVELY J W 

Larkins S , 

Laughlin Jas 

LAWRENCE J A 

Linebaugh A 

Laufenburg M 

Lyman Jas 

Leek WG 

Lyman Chas 

Lacque B 

Looney R , 

LAVIN T 

Lynch C 

Lynch John 

Leonard J 

Laferty J 

Lock I N 

Ludwig P 

Linville V 

Lamphier S D 

Levy D , 

LIVERNASH Q... 

Linville & Son 

Linville B 

Linville J A 

Lamb T J 

Lytton W P 

Linn P , 

Lewelenk H 

Lyle J 

Lowrey J D 

Lowrey Wm , 

Lee A 

Long John 

Long Isaac 

Long Henry 

Leigh R , 

Leigh B , 

Lavall J 

Lacry E C 

Leigh W H , 

LOW WM B 

Laymance F 

Laymance J C , 

Lambert C L 

Lewis Byron.... , 

Lewis Robt E.. , 

Lamb D.... 

Lamb D W 

Luce J 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Mechanic 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Lumberman 

Dairyman 

Dairyman 

Grocer 

Teamster 

Lumberman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

P O Clerk 

Jobber.. 

Tailor 

Cabinet Maker., 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Postmaster 

Merchant 

Mining Brokers. 

Miner , 

Miner 

Miner 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser , 

Fai'mer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Wool Grower..., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Freestone Valley 

Green Valley 

Healdsburg & Seb Rd 
Healds'bg & Seb Rd.. 
Healds'bg & Seb Rd.. 

Black Oak Flat 

Fort Ross 

Fort Ross 

Fort Ross 

Liebig Store 

Miller's Mill 

Fisk's Mill 



Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road 

2 m S Sonoma 

Main Road 

Lakeville Road 

W Sonoma Creek 

Santa Rosa Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Tel Rd to Bloomfield.. 
Tel Road to Bloomf d 

Sebastopol Rd 

Bf'd & Petl'a Tel Rd. 
B'fd&Pet'laTelRd. 

Blutcher Valley 

Bennett Valley.... 

Bennett Valley ... 

Bennett Valley 

E Pet & S Rosa Road 
E Pet & S Rosa Road 
4mNE Petal' ma Rd 
Lynch Creek Ranch.. 

Sonoma Mountain 

Sonoma Mountain 

Rincon Valley 



West 
West 
West 
West 
West 
Main 
Main 



Street.. 
Street- 
Street . 
Street . 
Street. 
Street. 
Street. 



Georgia Q Mine. 
Sonoma Q Mine.. 



Pine Flat Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

CI o verdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Dry Creek 

Geyser Spring Road. 

Cloverdale Road 

Geyserville 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

E County Road , 

Oat Valley 

Cloverdale Road.,,... 

Cloverdale Road 

Russian River,,. ...... , 



Residence. 



14m SW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m W Santa Rosa.... 

11 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

12 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

13 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
5 m SW Santa Rosa... 
40 m NW Santa Rosa. 
40 m NW Santa Rosa., 
40 m NW Santa Rosa. 
47 m N W Santa Rosa. 
51 m NW Santa Rosa. 
53 m NW Santa Rosa. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m S Santa Rosa..... 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 



23 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

20 m S Santa Rosa 

9£m S Santa Rosa 

14£ m S Santa Rosa 

16 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

9 rn SW Santa Rosa... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa... 

10 m SW Santa Rosa... 
4 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
10 m SE Santa Rosa... 

10 m SE Santa Rosa... 

11 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
9 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

16 m SE Santa Rosa... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa... 
15 m SE Santa Rosa... 
15 m SE Santa Rosa..., 
7 m NE Santa Rosa.... 



West Street. 
West Street. 



West Street 

US Hotel 

Geyser Street 

25 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
28 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

26 m W Cloverdale 

26 m W Cloverdale 

11 m NE Healdsburg.. 
4J m NW Healdsburg 
4J m NW Healdsburg.. 

5 m N Healdsburg 

6 m NW Healdsburg... 
6 m NW Healdsburg... 

1 m NW Healdsburg... 

12 m E Cloverdale 

6 m NW Healdsburg,,. 

2 m SE Geyserville....... 

2£ m NW Hea.ldisb.urg.. 
2 m NW Reald;sburg.. 
4 m NW Healdsburg... 

4^ m E, Cloverdale 

36 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

1 m E Geyserville 

1 m E Geyserville 

3mNE Healdsburg.... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cqve. 

Timber Cove. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point. 

Bloomfield. 

Two Rocks. 

Stony Point. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat, 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg.. 

Healdsburg, 

Healdsburg, 

Healdsbwrg- 

Hea,l$sburg. 

Oloyerdale. 

jHealdsburg. 

Clairyille. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverclale. 

Cloverd;ale.' 

Clairville, 

Clairyille. 

Healdsburg. 



174 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOBY OF 



Name. 



Lake S H 

Lake Jr S H 

LOVEGROVE J 

LeyHD , 

Larisson L 

Lasseus C 

METZGER WM ... 

Morgan T G 

Miller J D 

Miller J A 

Menefee W H 

Morgan K D 

Morgan F R 

McDowell P 

Mather S 

Merriraan A M 

Miller John H 

Melson J 

Middleton Mrs L A 

Miller S 

Menefee J 

Muller John 

McCorcalMK 

Mathews & Seawell 

Mathews J , 

McMEANS A O 

Metzlar Geo 

Mountjoy Mrs M 

McReynolds J 

Morris W K 

MINTZER DR P B 

Meyer J 

Mead Mrs C 

Moxon W H 

Morris J W 

Morrison Bros 

Morrison O , 

Morrison F 

McCULLOUGH 

& MASLIN 

McCULLOUGH W 

MASLIN E W 

McAnally Dr W W 

Miller & Andrews 

Miller H 

MAGOON H K 

MORROW BROS.. 

MORROW JAMES JR. 

MORROW E E 

Matern F 

MAED A 

MORRIS W H 

METZGER H .... 

McCoy James , 

MITCHELL J H 

Mead W H , 

McConnell ¥m E , 

Mitchell KT 

Mapes Ira , 

MORROW SR JAS 

Murphy R , 

Murphy , 

Martrou G , 

Morris A : 

Maynard F T 

Medley A G 

McGuire Thos 

McClenny J S 

Miller A 

Mayer J G.. 

McCune A 

McNab A 



Occupation. 



Farmer ... 

Farmer 

Herdsman 

Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Brewer , 

Machinist 

Carpenter , 

Search Records. 



Farmer ., 
Farmer .. 



Carpenter 
Professor. 
Carpenter 
Jobber 



Mason 

Jobber 

Upholsterer.. 

Farmer 

Butchers 

Butcher 

School Sup't 
Cook 



Furniture 

Manager Gd Htl 
Tailor 



Variety Store. 

Merchant , 

Dry Goods.... 
Dry Goods...., 
Dry Goods.... 



Place of Business. 



Marshall's Ranch.., 
Marshall's Ranch.., 

Truett's Ranch 

Cloverdale Road.... 
Russian River Valley 
Eagle Route Ranch.. 
Second Street 



Fourth Street. 



Christian College. 



Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 



Fourth Street... 

Main Street 

E side of Plaza. 



Main and Second. 
SW side Plaza .... 

W side Plaza 

W side Plaza 

Wside Plaza 



Attorneys 

Attorney 

Attorney 

Physician 

Billiard Saloon.. 
Billiard Saloon.. 
Real Estate.... 

Hardware 

Hardware 

Hardware 

Grocer 

Boots and Shoes. 
Harness Man'fr.. 

Saloon 

Painter . 

"Wagonmakers... 

Constable 

Dist Attorney ... 

Farmer 

Teamster 



Lumber Mill 

Stage Prop'r 

Carriage Trim 'r. 

Merchant 

W'sale Druggist 

Jeweler 

Retail Drugs 

Butcher 

Tailor 

Capitalist 

Miller 

Clerk • 



W side Plaza 

W side Plaza 

W side Plaza 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street. 
Mendocino Street. 

Main Street 

Mendocino Street., 
Court House 



Residence. 



5 m SW Healdsburg. 
5 m SW Healdsburg.. 

7 m S Cloverdale 

1 m N Healdsburg .... 

8 m Cloverdale 

8 m W Geyserville.... 

Second Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

B and First 

B Street 

College Avenue 

College Avenue 

College Avenue 

College Avenue 

College Street 

College Street 



Johnson Street. 
Wilson Street.. 

Sixth Street 

Fifth Street 

Sixth Street 



Seventh Street 

Cherry Street 

Sixth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Main Street 

First Street 

E side of Plaza..., 
Main and Second. 
SW side Plaza.... 



Second Street. 
Second Street. 



Redwoods. 



Washington Street... 
Washington & Main. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Main Street. 



Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Third Street 

Third Street 

B St bet 5th and 6th 



Second Street 
Fourth Street. 



Second Street 

Second Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino and Fifth.. 
Mendocino Street 



E side of Plaza 

Mendocino Street 

Humboldt Street 

Humboldt Street 

Second bet D and E 

Second Street 

Third Street 

Fifth Street 

Dand Third Sts 

Liberty Street 

Kentucky Street , 



Main Street 

Upham Street 

Keokuk and Prospect- 
Liberty Street 

Kentucky & Prospect.. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Cloverdale. 
Healdsburg. 
Cloverdale. 
Clairville. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petal um a. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



175 



Name. 



McCarthy M 

Matzenbach W B 

Miller Frank V 

MATTHIES & MEYER. 

MATTHIES H 

MEYER A 

Myerholtz H 

Marceas Mrs C 

Millett G E 

McGinnis Wm 

Munday T P 

Matthews O . 

Murray Mrs M 

Meacham H , 

Merchant Joel , 

McNeil John 

Morstadt A 

McGuire A 

Mego M 

Murray P .... 

Mock C 

Malone P 

MORSE A 

McNear & Bro 

Martin Miss J C 

Munsell Mrs S 

Murphy J 

MITCHELL CHAS .... 

McGrath J , 

McCarthy E 

Mirandi F , 

Morrow D 

Mills Mrs C 

Meehan P 

Moore P 

Morris Mrs S .' , 

McNear J 

Meyers C FL . 

Montejo Jose 

Miller Mrs G W. 

McNear F E 

Meadows P H 

Montgomery Wm 

Marshall I 

Magner J F 

McNally M 

Marshall S W 

Murray John 

Mitchell J 

Merker J 

McHarvey C 

MARTIN JAS 

McHarvey & Hope 

McDonald A 

Moore K, D 

McCracken Wm 

Monahan P 

McKenna P 

McChristian J 

MILLER &OOLW .... 

MILLER L W 

Melmer G 

Mooney Thos 

Mills W J 

McCallister W C 

McCormack Mrs 

McCAUGHEY J 

Murray T 

McLaughlin K 

MYERS J R 

Murphy J 

McDouall C 



Occupation. 



Shoemaker..., 

Hotel 

Barber 

Union Hotel. 
Hotel Prop'r. 
Hotel Prop... 
Butcher 



Blacksmith. 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Trader 

Blacksmith 

Teacher 

Stock Kaiser 

Mariner 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Postmaster 

Warehouse 

Teacher 

Boarding House 

Saddler 

Brewer 

Farmer 

Teamster 



Farmer 



Laborer . 



Washwoman. 
Warehouse... 

Miller 

Saddler 



Bookkeeper 

Butcher 

Dyer 

Mason 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Mason 

Laborer 

Patent Medicine 

Barkeeper 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmiths 

Saloon 

Stage Prop 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Teamster 

Stage Prop's 

Stage Prop 

Barber 

Blacksmith 

Tanner 

Laborer 



Merchant 

Butcher 

Shoemaker , 

K E Contractor. 

Teamster 

Merchant 



Place of Business. 



Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street. 



Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 

Upham Street 

Keller Street 



Western Avenue. 



Fourth Street. 



Main Street... 
Fourth and B 



Main Street... 
W side Plaza. 
E side Plaza . 
W side Plaza. 
Napa Street... 



Main Street.. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 
Main Street., 
Main Street.. 



Main Street. 



Residence. 



Sixth andG 

Main Street 

Keller Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Howard and English... 

Washington Hotel 

Kentucky Street 

Kentucky Street 

Kentucky Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street; 

Washington Street 

Washington Street 

City Hotel 

Third Street 

Third Street 

Adams and Hopper.... 

Adams Street 

Adams and Bremen..., 

Washington Street , 

Hopper Street 

Keller & Washington. 



Upham Street 

Keller Street 

Keller Street 

Stanley Street 

Western Ave 

Western Auenue.. . 

Post Street 

Bodega Avenue 

Prospect Street 

Keokuk Street 

Keokuk Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth and F 

Fourth Street 

Fifth Street 

Sixth Street 

Bassett Street 

Fourth and B 

D Street 

D Street 

Fourth Street.. , 

Seventh Street 

Washington Street. 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

Napa Street 

E side Plaza 



Broadway 

Broadway 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

Wilson's Exchange 



Wilson's Exchange 
Wilson's Exchange. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Bodega Corners. 
Bodega Corners. 
Bodega 



Main Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford, 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch, 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 



176 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Mackinder Geo 

McKune.T F 

Morse J M 

Mansfield Miss S 

MILLER GEO 

MISER H S 

Maple W P 

McArthur A D 

Moss H 

Mozota P 

Meton WM 

Martin S B 

Mulligan J 

MULLER CARL.. 

Martin Jr E 

Manning N E 

Maddox Wm, 

Murphy & Bros 

Murphy W 

Mead J A 

Meade E 

McMannusS P 

Monmonier W B 

Meyers F I 

McGuire Mrs J 

McGuire J 

Meyers I M & M A.... 

Madeira Frank A 

Madeira Geo 

Madeira Mrs G 

McMullenS W 

McGilvray A 

McMullen 

McArthur T 

McGilvray Mrs L 

Mulligan & Bro 

Mulligan Wm 

Mulligan Geo 

Meyer S 

Marshall & Williams 

Marshall J 

McMannus & Smith... 

McMannus J G 

Meyer M 

Moore Mrs M 

MARTIN J A , 

Markham A 

Mason M 

McClenny R T 

Mcintosh J 

Miller Mrs Mary 

Morgan 

Mead J A 

Mead & Hassett 

Millichap E S 

Miller F 

McReynolds Wm 

Morton D 

Mills A 

McPeak J H 

McCarthy 

Mullally P 

McReynolds S 

McReynolds J 

Mahoney J 

MEEKER W N— 

Mayer Aug 

McCarthy Thos 

McMail R 

Miller W R 

Meagher E D 

McClane R , 



Blacksmith 

Merchant 

Painter 

Glove Manuf..... 

Vintner 

Brickyard 

Engineer 

Carpenter 

Trader 

Cook 

Stock Raiser 

Teamster 

Mechanic 

Brewery 

R R Agent 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Prop's Saw Mill 
Pro Saw Mill — 
Pro Saw Mill.... 

Farmer 

Dep'ty Assessor. 

Painter 

Blacksmith 

Dressmaker 

Section Man 

Dressmakers 

Car. Painter 

Car. Painter 

Dressmaker 



Main Street. 
Mark West . 
Mark West. 



7 m NW Santa Rosa, 
7 m NW Santa Rosa., 

Sheridan Street 

University Street 

North Healdsburg 

Sheridan Street 

Johnson Street 

North Healdsburg 



Grant Street 

Fulton Station . , 



Centre Street 

Centre Street 

East Street 

West and Lincoln 
Fulton House 



S side Plaza 

Centre Street 

Main Street 

Matheson Street. 



Matheson Street. 

Powell Street 

Powell Street.... 



Centre Street 

Centre Street 

Matheson Street. 
Matheson Street.. 
Matheson Street . 
Matheson Street. 



Engineer 

Section Master. 

Shoemaker 

Dressmaker .... 

Hardware 

Hardware 

Hardware 

Merchant 

Blacksmiths.... 

Blacksmith 

Grocers 

Grocer 

Merchant 



West Street- 
West Street- 
West Street- 
West Street- 
West Street - 
North Street. 



Matheson Street 

Matheson Street 

Matheson Street , 

Hayden Street 

Near Depot 

7 m NW Healdsburg. 
Hayden Street 



9 m E Healdsburg. 

East Street 

Tucker Street 



North and Sheridan. 



West and North . 
West and North... 
Main and Powell. 



Stage Line, 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 



Duncan's Mill.... 
Freestone Valley. 
Freestone Valley. 



Farmer 

Pro Saw Mill. 
Pro Saw Mill, 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Green Valley. 



Fitch Street 

E side Plaza , 

Matheson and East — 

Sheridan and North 

30 m W Santa Rosa... 
16 m SW Santa Rosa . 
16 m SW Santa Rosa. 
14 m W Santa Rosa ... 
11 m W Santa Rosa- 



Redwoods 

Shipley Ranch 



Dairyman... . 
Lumberman. 

Teamster 

Merchant .... 

Clerk 

Blacksmith.. 



English Hill 

English Hill 

English Hill 

English Hill 

Meeker's Mills 

Russian Gulch , 

Fort Ross 

Timber Cove Ridge 

Timber Cove , 

Salt Point Hotel... 
Salt Point 



16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

9 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
14 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

2 m NW Santa Rosa.... 

3 m NW Santa Rosa.... 

5 m NW Santa Rosa... 
5£ m NW Santa Rosa.. 

10 m SW Santa Rosa... 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
7 m SW Santa Rosa ... 

6 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
35 m SW Santa Rosa... 
40 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
47 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 



Windsor. . 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Duncan's Ml 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Henry's Hot'l 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Fisk'sMill. 

Fisk's Mill. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



177 



Name. 



Miller CW 

McClellan MT 

Miller W 

Miller E 

Miller Geo 

Maple A 

Mailing C 

Milrick M 

Matti N , 

MORTON M T 

Morse E E 

McLaughlin Mrs 

MILLS N 

Mc Adams Geo 

McCormick John 

Miehels J 

Maxwell Mrs L 

McAndrews P 

MORRIS J B 

Morris John 

Monahan Pat 

Malony P 

Miller G 

MARRS A B 

Manion Wm 

Moore H 

Moss C 

MOCK J L 

MOORE EDWIN 

MISNER D R 

MISNER G M 

MISNER BROS 

Maguire C 

McReynolds A 

Mastomp N" , 

Meritt J 

Misner J D 

Meachun L 

Merrill J 

MAGOON W H 

Mason WK 

Millington J 

McClelland J J 

Miller DE 

McDowell Wm 

Maass C 

Mock Wm 

MockE F 

Malone Pat 

Merrit J 

Miller CS 

Monday Mrs B B 

Morrow J Fan 



Occupation. 



Seaman.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer ... . 

Farmer 

Dairyman. 
Dairyman 
Farmer .... 
Vintner.... 



Pro. Stage Line 

Blacksmith 

Engineer 

Clerk 



Farme" 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fruit Grower., 
Farmer 



Hotel Pro 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Wagon Maker. 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Superintendent .. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Fisk'sMill. 



Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road 

St Louis 

Lakeville 

Lakeville 

Donahue 

Sonoma House 

l£ m N Sonoma 

2 m W Sonoma 

W Sonoma Creek 

W Sonoma Creek 

W Sonoma Creek 

W Sonoma Creek 

W Sonoma Creek 

Santa Rosa 

Petaluma Road.. 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

1st R'd N Bloomfield 

Wilson District 

Bloomfield & Seb R'd 
Bloomfield & Seb R'd 

Stony Point 

Sebastopol Road 

Bloomfield & Seb R'd 
Seb and Petaluma Rd 
Seb and Petaluma Rd 
Seb and Petaluma Rd 
Seb and Petaluma Rd 
Seb and Petaluma Rd 
Bloomfield & Seb R'd 
Bloomfield & Seb R'd 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Cotati Ranch 



53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
45 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa., 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
60 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

26 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

Donahue 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

2 m S Santa Rosa 

5 m S Santa Rosa 

9 m S Santa Rosa 

15 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m S Santa Rosa 



Murphy John. 

Mclaughlin m 

MellenHD 

Mock E 

Mathers WF , 

McCoy Mrs 

Maguire Wm 

MURPHY P 

Murphy J , 

McAuliffeP , 

McDebitt C 

Mm-ray D 

Miller J 

Mackay T 

McMINN J 

Merritt Chas , 

McGregor W K 

Moltzen F D , 

Morrow Jas 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer... . 
Dairyman , 



Farmer...., 
Farmer...., 
Farmer.... 
Dairyman. 
Farmer.... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer...., 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Dairyman. 
Dairyman. 
Farmer ... . 



Alder Brook Farm.... 

5 m N Petaluma 

Sonoma Mountain 

Sonoma Mountain 

Washington Street Rd 

E Vallejo Road 

CenStAntone Road.. 
Cen St Antone Road... 
Cen St Antone Road... 
St Antone Creek Rd.. 

Mock's Ranch 

7m E Petaluma 

Sonoma Mountain 

Sonoma Mountain 

Adobe Flat 

Sonoma Mountain 

4£ m E Petaluma 

2| m NE Lakeville... 

4 m N Lakeville 

4^ m N Lakeville 

3mE Lakeville 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa Road 

Santa Rosa & S P R .. 



Residence. 



16 m S Santa Rosa....... 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa.... 
11 m SW Santa Rosa. 
11 m SW Santa Rosa,. 
9J m SW Santa Rosa. 
9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 
9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 
9 m SW Santa Rosa..., 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.., 

2 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

3 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
8 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

8 m SW Santa Rosa... 

9 m SW Santa Rosa ... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa.., 
15 m SE Santa Rosa... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa... 

16 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

18 m SW Santa Rosa. 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
19 m SW Santa Rosa. 
19 m SW Santa Rosa, 
14 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
16 m SW Santa Rosa... 
24. m SE Santa Rosa .. 
18 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
18 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
18 m SE Santa Rosa... 
18 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

23 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
22 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

24 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
24 m SE Santa Rosa... 
2£m SW Santa Rosa.. 
3 m S W Santa Rosa .... 
4mS¥ Santa Rosa.... 
3 m SW Santa Rosa..., 
5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Fisk's Mill. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Fish'm's B'y 

Fish'm's B'y 

Stewart's Pt. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Sonoma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Stony Point. 

Santa Rosa. 

Stony Point. 



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178 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Morrow John 

Morrow Jas 

Mayer C 

Myres L 

McPhillipsF 

Mathsen E 

Manon J 

Marsh Geo 

McKinney P 

Marble TE 

McCracken WraJ 

Miller Mrs L 

Morgan D B 

Mitchell Chas E , 

MENIHAN N 

McHARVEY O F. 

Murray W E 

Muntz J 

MaraE O 

McDonough M 

McGeeH W 

McMinn W C 

MackD 

Martin H 

McClellan Wm 

McDonald F 

Myers D P 

Mills GW 

McElroy Wm 

McCLISH THOS-. 

McClish J N 

McClish J L 

McCracken J 

Meredith E 

Merrill G 

Mead E 

Miller Wm 

Meeks K 

McChristian 

McChristian P 

Marshall J 

MEEKER BROS... 

MEEKER M O 

MEEKER A P 

McCown H S 

Hears W T 

McGREW S 

MIDDLEMAST J 

MARTIN S W 

Martin J 

McGarvey J 

Mills John 

Menery 

MORRIS J O 

Magee Wm 

McKeynolds J 

Musselman A J 

Moore Robert , 

Martin Wm J P 

McClelland C 

McNeill WH 

Murdock L 

Moore J 

Maize L 

McCANN J 

Morton N S , 

Miser H 

Maddox P 

Matson J 

Maddox L D 

McCain G W 

Moody Mrs J 



Farmer 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Dairyman.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Dairyman.. .. 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Stage Driver 



Santa Rosa &SPR.. 
Santa Rosa & S P R.. 
English Street Road.. 
English Street Road.. 

2m W Bloomfield 

English Street Road... 

2 m E Bodega 

2 m NLakeville 



5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
5 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

16 m SW Santa Rosa... 

17 mSW Santa Rosa... 
20 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m W Santa Rosa.... 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

East Street 

Main Road 



Insurance Agt 

Merchant 

Hotel 

Harness Manuf r 
Harness Manuf r 

Shoemaker 

Waiter 

Section Bosc .. 



West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street. 

West Street , 

West and Second. 



Hotel Pro 

Farmer 

Sheep Shearer , 
Sheep Shearer, 

Nursery 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill 

Farmer 

Lumberman... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Geyser Street 

N Fork M West Creek 



Knightsville 

Rocky Ranch 

£ m W Healdsburg... 
| m W Healdsburg... 
4 m SW Healdsburg- 
4 m SW Healdsburg.. 
4 m SW Healdsburg.. 
6 m W Healdsburg... 
8 m SW Healdsburg.. 



Washington and South 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West and Second 

Railroad Street 

Geyser Street 

Geyser Street 

12 m NE Santa Rosa... 
14 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

14 m N Santa Rosa 

11m NW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa 
16 m NW Santa Rosa 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m NW Santa Rosa. 

17 m NW Santa Rosa. 



|mS Forrestville 

Green Valley 

Green Valley 

Green Valley 

Green Valley 

4 m N Freestone .. 
4 m N Freestone .. 
4 m N Freestone .. 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer , 
Farmer . 
Farmer , 
Farmer. 
Farmer . 
Farmer 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 



Duncan's Mill 

8 m NW Petaluma... 

l^mS Two Rocks 

3 m E Two Rocks 

English Street Road... 
lmW Bloomfield.... 
lm W Bloomfield 

2 m E Bloomfd Cor's 

Freestone 

l£ m SW Freestone... 

3 m W Sebastopol.... 
2 m NW Sebastopol.. 
1\ m N Sebastopol.... 
4J m SW Healdsburg 
5 m SW Healdsburg.. 

\\ m S Windsor 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Mark West Creek 

Rosemount Place 

Rosemount Place 



12 m N Santa Rosa .... 

8 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

15 m SW Santa Rosa. 
15 m SW Santa Rosa . 

15 m SW Santa Rosa. 
17 m SW Santa Rosa. 
30 m W Santa Rosa... 

10 m SW Santa Rosa. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa. 
14 m W Santa Rosa ... 



Old Mark West. 
Old Mark West. 
Old Mark West. 



Calistoga Road. 



14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

10 m SW Santa Rosa... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa ... 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

11 m NE Santa Rosa... 

10 m NE Santa Rosa... 
8 m NW Santa Rosa.... 

1 m N Santa Rosa 

2 m N Santa Rosa 

10 m N Santa Rosa 

10 m N Santa Rosa 

6 m NE Santa Rosa.... 
4 m NE Santa Rosa.... 
6 m NW Santa Rosa... 
6 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
6 m NW Santa Rosa.... 

6 m N Santa Rosa 

6| m NE Santa ROsa... 



Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Smith's R'ch 

Lakeville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Smith's R'ch 

Duncan's Ml 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Smith's R'ch 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Santa Rosa. 

Healdsburg. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



179 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



McCorkle JP 

Mixon J 

Morrisson N 

McDonald W 

Mazata L 

Miller H 

MullJ 

Millet Wm 

McGuire W 

McGreer J 

McGreer C 

Moore J M 

Matheson C T 

Moore Wm '. 

Manuel J 

Mevers H 

MOWBRAY T R 

McGeeH W 

McElroy Wm 

Miles Wm 

McPherson C P 

McPherson T W 

Mcdonough m 

myziok d b 

Moore C P 

Magoon J 

MATHEWS WM 

Murray C 

Means A 

Miller J 

MitchellJ 

Michael G. 

Martin J S 

MARTIN JR J S 

MELDER H 

Mead L C 

MORRIS J P 

Murphy R 

McElarney F 

Morse W H 

Merry T H 

MASON W O 

McCarty Wm 

McCray Wm H 

Mathews 

MurrellJ L..... 

Malen C 

Melville A 

Mathews W 

Mulligan Wm 

Neblett E 

NILSON P P 

NICOLL, SMITH 

& SHTJLTEY 

NICOLL D O 

Noonan G P 

Nobec A 

NEECE A 

Neil Wash 

Naughten Hubert 

NOBLE & PELL 

Newburgh & Co 

Newburgh E 

Needham & Roach 

Needham F 

Nelson A J 

Newberry C 

NAY L G 

NAY L G & CO 

NOBLE S S 

Norton & Whipple , 

, Norton L A , 



Minister 

Foreman 

Superintendent- 
Farmer 

Cook 

Miner 

Woodchopper ... 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Merchant 

Teamster 

Lumberman 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Section Master... 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 

Superintendent .. 

Miner 

Farmer 



Healdsburg 

Georgia Q Mine 

Oak Grove Q Mine. 
Healdsburg Road... 



Little Geyser. 



Main Street. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 
Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Attorney 

Attorney 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hardware...., 
Jeweler , 



Fleetwood Q Mine 

Fleetwood Q Mine 

Oat Valley 

Geyserville 

Mill Creek Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Big Plains 

Big Plains 

Geyserville 

Mount View Ranch... 

Cloverdale Road 

Livermore QMine.... 
Livermore Q Mine.... 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Eagle Rock Ranch 

Eagle Rock Ranch 

Black Canyon 

Hot Springs Creek 

Cloverdale Township. 
Cloverdale Township. 
McElarney's Ranch... 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Pleasant Hill 

Dry Creek 

Healdsburg Road 

Dry Creek 

Chamiza Road 



Melville's Ranch 
Pine Flat Road. . 
Calistoga Road... 
Third and Main.., 
W side Plaza 



Piper Street 

28 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
19 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

28 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
37 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
35 m NW Santa Rosa. 
24 m N Santa Rosa .... 
15 m N Santa Rosa..... 

1 m N Healdsburg 

5£ m NE Healdsburg.. 
7 m NE Healdsburg.... 
24 m N Santa Rosa. 

5 m W Geyserville.. 
3£ m NW Geyserville. 
7 m NE Cloverdale 

7 m NE Cloverdale 

6 m NW Healdsburg.., 
7£ m NW Healdsburg. 
l| m NW Healdsburg. 
J m NW Healdsburg... 
3 m NW Healdsburg.. 
15 m W Healdsburg... 
15 m W Healdsburg... 

2 m S Skagg's Springs 
9 m W Geyserville 

7 m NW Cloverdale... 
6 m NW Cloverdale... 
f m NW Cloverdale 

m NW Healdsburg... 
6 m NW Healdsburg.. 
3 J m W Healdsburg .. 

2 m W Healdsburg 

l£ m S Cloverdale 

8 m W Cloverdale 

23 m N W Healdsburg 

9 mE Stewart's Pt 

18 m W Cloverdale.... 
6 m NE Healdsburg... 

8 m NE Healdsburg... 

Mendocino Street 

W side Plaza 



Wagonmakers... 
Wagonmaker.... 

Deputy Clerk 

Carpenter 

Capitalist 

Miller.. 

Grocer 

Photographers . . . 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Grocers 

Grocer 

Minister 

Clerk 

Mechanic 

Planing Mill 

Photographer.... 

Attorneys 

Attorney 



Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 
Court House.. 



100 Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
North Methodist.... 

Main Street 

East Petaluma 

East Petaluma 

Main Street 

SE cor Plaza 

SE cor Plaza 



Fourth Street- 
Fifth Street.... 
Fifth Street.... 
Grand Hotel... 
Bremen Street. 
Upham Street. 
Fourth and F . 



Liberty Street. 



Washington Street. 

Sixth Street * . 

Sixth Street 

C bet 4th and 5tb... 



Fourth and F. 



E side Plaza. 



Healdsburg. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Stewart's Pt 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 



180 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



NorthupMrs OH... 

Nichols A 

NelisO 

Noble A P 

Nay W J 

NAY S A 

NealJ 

Nolan J 

Norris Chas 

Nichols T A..... 

Nelson , 

Norton J 

Nichols J W 

Near CD 

Naughty J 

Noble HA 

NowlinS S 

Nalley A B.... 

Nolin C 

Nelson H 

NashG A 

Norris T H 

Neusom N 

Newman Wm N.... 

Neeley K 

NilesH 

NeffeEH 

NORTON N R.... 

Noble RB 

Ostrosky A 

O'Kear W E 

OVERTON A P. 

Overmoyer 

O'Gorman Miss K... 

Overholser A W 

Oman G W 

O'Shea Wm 

O'Brien Mrs J 

Oliver AG 

OdellMrs S.... 

O'Farrell A 

Otis C W 

Osgood C 

O'Brien M 

Otis MrsM J 

O'Connor P 

Orender W H.... 

ORTTLE P 

O'HolleranT 

Olliver JS 

O'Farrell J 

Ort Julius 

O'HARA JOHN. 

Offutt Chas 

Owens C 

ORMSB Y Gr W . 

Ormsby J H 

O'Hearn J 

O'GradyT 

Oliver J K H.... 

Owens H 

Olive Chas 

Olmstead O A 

Olmstead L W 

O' Brian J..... 

O'Leary T. 

O'Brien P.... 

Opey R 

O' Conner P. ...... 

Ontis J 

Otis J 

Otis I 



Occupation. 



Music Teacher... 
Harness Man'fr, 

Blacksmith 

Machinist.... ^.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer,... 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer. 

Chair Maker 

Farmer 

Foreman 

Barkeeper 

Teamster 

Miner 

Stock Raiser 

Poultry Raiser- 
Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Shoe Store 

Grocer 

County Judge.... 

Laborer 

Millinery 

Butcher 



Contractor. 



Dairyman. 



Laborer 

Teacher , 

Trav'ing Agent. 
Blacksmith 



Laborer 

Teamster..... 
Union Hotel. 

Farmer 

Blacksmith ., 
Farmer ....... 

Farmer 

Hotel Prop... 
Farmer....... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ....... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Postmaster... 
Laborer...... 

Filer.......... 

Mechanic .... 

Mechanic .*.. 

Farmer 

Farmer ........ 

Blacksmith .. 

Miner 

Farmer. 

Teamster , 

Stock Raiser. 
Stock Raiser. 



Place op Business. 



Main Street.......... 

Donahue 

Seb & Pet Stage Rd... 
Seb & Pet Stage Rd... 

Bennett Valley , 

Central Vallejo Road 

Rincon Valley , 

S Rosa & S Point R'd 
4 m SE Two Rocks... 
£ m SW Freestone.. .. 

2 m N Freestone 

Santa Rosa Valley 



4 m SW Healdsburg .. 



Heald'bg & Seb Road 
Miller's Mill. 

Stewart's Mill Hotel.. 



Flag Staff. 



Black, Canyon 

Dry Creek....* 

Dry Creek 

E County Road 

Dry Creek 

Napa Road 

Main Street 

Mendocino and Fifth. 
W side Plaza 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Napa Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Petaluma Road. 

Petaluma Road 

S Road to Bloomfield 

Bennett Valley 

E Pet & S Rosa Road 
E Pet & S Rosa Rd... 

4 m NE Lakeville 

Freestone 



Duncan's Mill 

Dutch Bill Creek. 
Dutch Bill Creek. 



Timber Cove. 



Cloverdale Creek. 

Gualala Road 

Gualala Road 



Residence. 



Main Street 

Bodega 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m SW Santa Rosa. 
12 m SW Santa Rosa. 
9 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
16 m SE Santa Rosa... 
7 m NE Santa Rosa... 
3 m SW Santa Rosa... 
14 m SW Santa Rosa. 
14 m SW Santa Rosa. 
12 m SW Santa Rosa... 
2 m NW San*a Rosa... 
5 m NW Santa Rosa... 
16 m NW Santa Rosa 



12 m NW Santa Rosa- 
Si m NW Santa Rosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m NE Cloverdale... 

8 m WGeyserville 

1J m NW Healdsburg. 
7 m NW Healdsburg.. 

5 m E Cloverdale 

12 m N W Healdsburg.. 

l|mE Geyserville 

Main Street..... 

Mendocino and Fifth... 

Fourth Street. 

Redwood Road 

Main Street 

Third Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Keokuk Street 

Kentucky Street.. 

Fifth Street 

Liberty Street..... 
Sixth Street........ 

Sixth Street 

Third Street........ 

University Street. 



Napa Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 



2£ m E Santa Rosa.. 
9 J m S Santa Rosa.... 
14 m S Santa Rosa.... 
8 m SE Santa Rosa... 
12 m SE Santa Rosa. 
12 m SE Santa Rosa.. 
26 m SE Santa Rosa., 



15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
30 m W Santa Rosa ... 
17 m SW Santa Rosa... 
17 m SW Santa Rosa... 
4 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
6 m SW Santa Rosa... 
45 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

Healdsburg 

W Cloverdale 

24 m NW Healdsburg. 
24 m NW Healdsburg.. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Healdsburg. 

Sebastopol. 

Smith's R'ch 

Lakeville. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 

Healdsburg. 

Forrestville. 

Windsor. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Freestone. 

Santa Rosa* 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Freestone. 

Forrestville. 

Freestone. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Santa Rosa, 

Sebastopol. 

Timber Cove. 

Pine Flat. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



181 



Name. 



Owens T 

OdellS 

Parks J M 

Peery & Proctor 

Peery TE 

Proctor T J 

PattonD C 

Pressley J G 

Prindle W 

POWERS D 

Park J F 

Pauli GT 

Perkinson J E 

Parks HG 

PETIT ALEX P 

Purcell James 

Power T J 

Petery G 

Peterson Mrs E 

Phelps H 

Phelps C L . 

Patterson Wm 

Pendergrast Kev JC. 

Pyatt Mrs TH 

Parks G 

Phillips GM 

Phillips Mrs M 

Purrington J 

Payran S , ;..... ..i 

Porter J K 

Pharriss Mrs D 

PEAVEY J O 

Power Wm J 

PEAROE & SEATON. 

Palmer J A 

Preston J M 

Pander H 

Phillips Jacob 

PEAROE GEO 

POEHLMANN M 

POEHLMANN O 

Peyton J A 

Polk Chas E 

Pfau John 

Price Mrs A 

Potter S B 

Potter Wm 

PEPPER G B 

Palmer Jas M... 

Pangborn T M 

Palmer Mrs A 

Panco M 

Parish K 

PHARO J H .... 

Pimm H 

PUTNAM D W.... 

Park C 

Pickett Mrs Jas.... 

Post Mrs R 

Pond M 

POE E 

Prince S O 

Porter T 

Peck PS 

Palmer J S 

Phelps A 

Proctor T W 

Proctor C E 

Proctor CB 

Peters S 

Piper Dr J J 

Powell K 



Occupation. 



Farmer.. 

Farmer 

Dentist 

Dry Goods .... 

Dry Goods 

Dry Goods 

Grocer 

Attorney 

Elkhorn Market 
Livery Stable... 
Carriage Painter 
Co Treasurer.. 

Hotel 

Real Estate.... 

Contractor 

Farmer 

Gunsmith 

Laborer 



Farmer.... 
Painter.... 
Carpenter. 
Minister .. 



Plasterer. 
Dentist... , 



Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Horseman. 



Hotel Clerk 

Laborer 

Attorneys 

Harness Man'fr. 

Clerk 

News Agent 

Tailor 

Attorney 

Butcher 

Butcher. 

Drayman 

Jeweler 

Livery... 



Blacksmith.. 

Teamster , 

Nurseryman. 

Farmer 

Farmer , 



Laborer 

Carpenter 

Warehouseman. 

Painter ... 

Wagon Maker.., 
Bricklayer 



Harness Man'fr 
Heald'bgMark't 

Butcher 

Stock Raiser- 
Nurseryman... 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Expressman... 

Drayman 

Carpenter 



Druggist, 
Trader.... 



Place of Business 



Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Main Street 

W side Plaza 

W side Plaza 

Wside Plaza 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street. 

Main Street 

Court House 

Fourth Street. 

Fourth Street 

Third Street......... 



Redwood Road 



Washington & Main. 



Bassett and Post. 
Main Street . 



Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 
Main 



Street . 
Street. 
Street.. 
Street. 
Street., 
Street . 



Main Street. 
Main Street.. 



Wash 'ton & Liberty. 



English Street 

Howard and English. 



West Street 

N side of Plaza. 
N side of Plaza. 



West Street. 



Residence. 



l^mE Geyserville 
2£ m E Geyserville 
Third Street 



Third Street. 



Fourth Street. 
First and A... 
Third Street... 
Fourth Street. 



Fourth and A 

Fourth and Wilson. 

Fifth Street.... 

Fourth and A 

Lincoln Street 

Redwood Road 

B Street 

B Street 

Sixth Street 

Fifth Street 

Cherry Street 

Ames and Beaver... 

Fourth Street 

College Avenue 

D Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

Washington Street- 
Washington Street.. 

Hopper Street 

Washington Hotel.. 



Prospect Street...... 

Seventh and C 

Sixth Street 

Washington Street. 

B Street 

Third and F 

Third and F 

Hopper Street 

Third Street..... 

Third and C 

Prospect Street 

Kentucky Street.... 

Main Street 

Liberty Street 

Kentucky Street.... 

Keller Street 

Western Avenue.... 

Upham Street 

Howard Street 

Fourth Street 

Liberty Street 

Band Sixth 

B Street 

D Street 

Sixth and D 

Tucker Street 

Piper Street 

Piper Street.. 

University Street.... 

Tucker Street 

Hayden Street 

Hay den Street 



Matheson and East. 



North Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 



182 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OF 



Name. 



Pinn J 

Pettitt J 

Parshall KevEF 

Porter HM 

Priest Dr J 

Pierce A 

POE J 

Pickett Wm 

Pohley H 

POPPE J A 

Pauli Bros 

Pauli F A 

PIONEER HOTEL 

Plunkett A M 

Plunkett AM 

Palmer CH 

PEROIVAL W O 

Pettit Amos 

Palmer Jas 

Palmer E B 

Perry F 

Patterson A S 

PiggottDr AK 

PoolL 

PoolD C 

Pauli Bros 

PoolT 

Pippin T 

PoolJ 

Peckinpah E 

Pell J.... v 

Palmer A.* 

Pomeroy S D 

Perry J C 

Phelps A 

Patterson Wm 

Pressey D G 

Pressey C N 

Pierson "Wm 

Patterson J 

PeughT 

Peugh J 

PeughD 

Pressey J B 

Philberts H 

Peters D 

PotterS 

Poff A 

Peters J 

Peters Wm 

Peerman I 

Perry Wm 

PEPPER W H 

PURVINE J O 

PURVINE MRS M J. 

Parks David 

Perry J 

Perry F 

ParmeterJ 

Purine A S 

Pitt Wm E 

Piatross Wm 

Pettis IH 

Petray E A 

Potter E 

Porter J 

Phingston J C 

PoolHG 

Patterson C 

Porter TAD 

Porter J L 

Phinney E 



Occupation. 



Wagon Maker. 

Laborer 

Bapt Minister . 

Miner 

Physician 

Fruit Peddler.. 



Vintner...., 
Carpenter., 
Merchant . 
Merchants. 
Merchant . 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Tinner 

Flour Mill.. 

Saloon 

Undertaker. 
Undertaker. 
Dairyman... 
Laborer 



Laborer 

Laborer 

Agents WF& Co 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Engineer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith .... 
Bookkeeper ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Nurseryman... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business 



E side of Plaza.... 

Napa Street 

Napa Street 

Main Street 

N of Main Street.. 
N of Main Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Main Street 



Fulton. 
Fulton , 
Fulton. 



Green Valley 

4 m NW Freestone... 

Irish Hill , 

Irish Hill 

Eedwoods 

Eedwoods 



English Hill 



Timber Cove Eidge. 
Stewart's Point 



Biricon Valley 

Eincon Valley 

3 m SE Sebastopol.... 
Liberty School Eoad. 

Liberty Nurseries 

llmW Two Eocks .. 

2 m E Two Eocks 

1 m W Bloomfield 

3 m NW Petaluma... 
3 m NW Petaluma... 

2 m E Bodega Cor's... 

1 m SW Freestone.... 

2 m NE Freestone 

1 m W Sebastopol 

1 mS Healdsburg...... 

2£ m S Healdsburg ... 
Santa Eosa Valley.... 

N Fork Mark W C'k 



9 m SW Healdsburg 
9 m SW Healdsburg 
1 m W Forrestville... 



Eesidence. 



Sheridan and North. 

Sheridan Street 

Piper Street 

Johnson Street 

Johnson Street 



West Street... 
Napa Street.. 
Napa Street.., 
E side Plaza. 



off Napa Street 

Cor Santa Eosa Eoad. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Cor Broderick Street.. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

James Street 



Bodega 

7 m NW Santa Eosa... 
5 m NW Santa Eosa... 
5 m NW Santa Eosa. 
5 m NW Santa Eosa. 



10 m W Santa Eosa.... 
15 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

20 m SW Santa Eosa... 

21 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
20 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
20 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
17 m W Santa Eosa.... 



1 m NW Santa Eosa.... 

4 m NW Santa Eosa.... 

5 m NW Santa Eosa.... 
13 m SW Santa Eosa. 

15 m SW Santa Eosa. 
46 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
45 m NW Santa Eosa.. 
5 m E Santa Eosa..., 
5 m E Santa Eosa.... 
5 m SW Santa Eosa.... 
9 m SW Santa Eosa, 
12 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Eosa. 
16 m SW Santa Eosa. 



Town or 
Post Office 



18 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

14 m SW Santa Eosa.. 

15 m SW Santa Eosa.. 
14 in SW Santa Eosa.. 
7 m SW Santa Eosa ... 

16 m N W Santa Eosa.. 
13J m NW Santa Eosa 
2 J m N Santa Eosa... 

13 m NE Santa Eosa... 
9 m NE Santa Eosa.... 
9 m NW Santa Eosa.. 

14 m N Santa Eosa 

17 m NW Santa Eosa. 
17 m NW Santa Eosa 
14 m SW Santa Eosa .. 



Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford 

Valley Ford 

Smith's E'ch 

Smith'sE'ch 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Smith'sE'ch 

Smith'sE'ch 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Bloomfield. 

Freestone. 

Timber Cove 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Timber Cove 

Santa Eosa. 

Santa Eosa. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Smith'sE'ch. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Eosa. 

Calistoga. 

Santa Eosa. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Forrestville. 



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NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



183 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Phelps A 

Potter Chas S 

Peoples N 

Priest T F 

Perkins G R 

PARKER P 

Parkerson John C 

Pope LE 

Peoples A 

Posler B 

Peterson E 

Pendleton J 

Plank J H 

Plank J 

Parks A W 

Phillips C. 

Peters Louis 

Picket J 

Phalen J 

Peterson H 

PUTNAM T O 

Potter J 

Pierce...... 

PAYNE & KILL AM 

PAYNE JAS 

Perkins J J 

Parker E D 

Powell Rev J 

Pasmore R L , 

Polley W 

Papst F A 

Petry C B 

Phillips T 

Penner T 

Pope John , 

Pascal H 

Phillips A 

Pickle J A 

Porter T 

PHILLIPS D D 

PIOKLE J P 

Prows S W , 

Prows D W 

Pruett E 

Price J 

Prichett R 

Prichett J H 

Purcell P 

Phillips GD 

Patten H 

Patten R 

Patten J 

Poe R , 

PeckG 

Peck J R 

Peck TM 

Prydz Wm 

Payne W 

Powell J J 

Patten V 

Petray C B 

Petray G W 

PROCTOR I 

Pullee J 

PRESTON L M 

PRESTON H L 

Polley W M 

Porterfield J W 

Patrick J F 

Patrick John 

Powell Wm 

Quinn J 



Dairyman 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Hotel... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Cheese Makers. 
Cheese Maker.. 

Trader 

Blacksmith 

Minister 

Musician 

Mail Agent .... 

Painter 

Farmer 

Miner 

Miner 

Mirer , 

Foreman 

Stationery 

Carpenter 

Stock Raiser... . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser...., 
Stock Raiser...., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Minister 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Attorney , 

Mail Agent , 

Stock Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 



4 m N Bodega 

3£ m N Lakeville 

Donahue 

Donahue 

Petaluma Road 

Pet & San Rafael R'd 

Meachara Farm 

Sebastopol Road 

Bf d & Pet Stage Rd. 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 



Sonoma Mountain 

Sonoma Mountain.... 
Chilian Valley Road. 
Central Vallejo Road. 
3£ m N Lakeville..... 

2 m E Petaluma 

1 m E Petaluma 

1 m E Petaluma 



Washington Street- 
Geyser Street 



Missouri Mine. 



Edith Mine 
Main Street. 



Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Cloverdale Township 
Grass Valley Ranch... 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek * 

Dry Creek 

Black Canyon 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Cloverdale Road 

Ukiah Road 

Austin Creek 

Geyserville Road 

Geyserville Road 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Oat Valley 

Oat Valley 

Cloverdale 

Healdsburg Road 

Calistoga Road 

Calistoga Road 

Geyser Road 



21 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
23 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m SW Santa Rosa... 

10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
7 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

m SW Santa Rosa... 

2 m SE Santa Rosa 

5 m SE Santa Rosa 

m SE Santa Rosa 

7 m SE Santa Rosa 

7 m SE Santa Rosa 

m SE Santa Rosa 

m SE Santa Rosa .... 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

15 in SE Santa Rosa 

15 m SE Santa Rosa 
19£ m SW Santa Rosa. 

16 m SE Santa Rosa.. . 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m SW Santa Rosa... 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
17 m SW Santa Rosa- 
East Street 

Third Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

Washington Street... 

Geyser Street 

27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 

m NW Healdsburg 

8 m NW Healdsburg 
1| m W Healdsburg.... 

1 1 m W Healdsburg 
m W Healdsburg.. 

3£ m NW Healdsburg 

9 m NW Healdsburg... 
14 m NW He'aldsburg.. 
14 m NW Healdsburg. 
5 m NW Cloverdale ... 

12 m NW Healdsburg.. 
8 m NW Healdsburg... 

m NW Healdsburg.. 

8 m NW Healdsburg.. 
16 m W Healdsburg ... 
4 m NW Healdsburg... 
3£ m NW Healdsburg. 

m NW Healdsburg. 
2£ m NW Healdsburg. 
£ m NW Healdsburg.. 
Near City 

9 m NW Healdsburg... 

Geyserville Road 

Geyserville Road 

l£ m NW Healdsburg. 
4| m NW Healdsburg. 

2$ m N Cloverdale 

2 J m N Cloverdale...... 

West Street 

1 m S Cloverdale 

6\ m NE Healdsburg.. 
6J m NE Healdsburg .. 
6| m NE Healdsburg... 
Second Street 



Smith'sR'ch 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Stony Point, 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa.. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville, 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 



184 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 

-% 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Quinn John 

Quackenbush P 

Quackenbush 

Quinlan P D 

RICHARDS J 

Koethel F 

Ringo & Co 

Kingo S A 

Riley, Harding & Farmer. 

Eiley AW 

RONEY J M 

READ W S 

ROSS R 

Raye WH 

Kendall SA 

Royal & Wood.... 

Royal J 

RAGAN W H 

Roberts Mrs M 

Ross Mrs E 

Royce S A ,., 

Redman CC 

Richardson J H 

Roberts Wm . , 

Runyon A , 

Robinson D C 

Raney H 

ReidWm , 

Redmond P 

Roberts O 

Runsheimer J 

Richardson Mrs E H 

Royalty Mrs FA 

Rainey A C 

Rogers E A 

Railsback W H 

Rothermel P 

Rutler Mrs E 

Reynolds D 

Richardson Mrs J 

Ronald Mrs M... 

RiceCB 

Rennison Wm 

Robinson J R 

Rack A. 

Ranard J A 

Reed J Q 

RochfordT 

Rodgers J P 

Ross Geo 

Respini A 

Rugg W H 

Ranard & Co 

Ranard J M , 

Roden G 

Rugg J T.. 

Roach Thos 

Renfro Silas 

ROBUSON G 

Roland Wm 

Riley M 

Robinson Thos 

Rutherford W P.... 

Rikert J F 

Ranard J H 

Rae John '.... 

Remarque Dr J F. 

Rice J 

Rickert F........ 

Randolph 

RupeDr SH 

Robinson W J < 



Butcher 

Farmer ... 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Barber Shop 

Shoemaker 

Merchants 



Washington Street Rd 

Rincon Valley 

Bodega Port 

Main and Second ...... 

Third Street 

Third Street 



Main Street , 

16 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

3 m SE Santa Rosa 

19 m W Santa Rosa .... 

Second and Main 

Pioneer Hotel 



Merchant Third Street 



Merchants 

Merchant 

Liquor Dealer... 
Dentist 

Carriage Maker.. 
Carriage Painter 
Photographer ... 
Harness Man'frs 
Harness Man'fr. 
Marble Dealer. .. 



Farmer .... 
Carpenter 

Jobber 

Painter .... 



Farmer 

Blacksmith.... 
House Mover. 

Teacher 

Farmer 



Night watchman 

Farmer .. 

Farmer 

Merchant 



Mechanic 



Lumber Dealer.. 

Miller 

Policeman 



Clerk 

Photographer.. 

Butcher 

Real Estate Ag't 
Photographer...'. 

Shoemaker 

Clerk 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Baker 

Grocer 

Saloon 

Brewery 

Merchant 

Drayman 

Farmer 

Liveryman 

Horse Breaker... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Physician 

Brewer 

Horse Trainer ... 

Carpenter 

Physician 

W F & Co Ag't 



W side Plaza. 
W side Plaza. 
Fourth Street. 
Fourth S jcet. 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 
Fourth and B 
Fourth Street., 
Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 



College Street. 



Mendocino Street 

Fifth bet D& Mend' no 

Near City 

Fifth Street 

Third Street 

B Street 



Fifth Street. 



Wilson Street , 

First Street , 

Mendocino Street. 

Glenn Street 

Fifth and A 



Davis Street..., 

B Street 

Fifth Street...., 
Fifth Street- 
Fifth Street- 
Second Street 
Third Street... 



B Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street .. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street..... 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street 

Washington and Main 
Main Street 



Fifth Street 

Cherry Street 

Humboldt Street... . 

Second Street 

Court Street 

Keokuk Street 

C and Fourth 

Fourth Street 

Fair Street 

Sixth Street 

Third and C 

Third Street 

Hopper Street 

Washington Street. 

Keller and Oak 

American Hotel .... 

Keller and A 

B Street 

Keokuk Street 

Main Street 

Keller Street 



Liberty Street. 



S side Plaza 

N side of Plaza. 



Washington Street. 

English Street 

Main Street 

Liberty Street 

Howard Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street. 

Keller Street 

Keller Street 

E Street 

Keller Street 

Keokuk Street 

Liberty Street 

Western Avenue.... 

Fair Ground 

Washington Street. 
lfmS Healdsburg. 
Tucker Street .. 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Sebastopol. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma, 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



185 



Name. 



RISDON CHAS 

RAYMOND O P 

Rose J W 

Rockhold JF 

EoseTH 

Rosenberg W 

ROSENTHAL J 

Reynolds J 

Robinson NS 

Ryan P 

Reynolds W B 

Reynolds W J 

Rodgers Mrs A 

Rodgers Patk 

Reed A B 

Ragan J 

Ross A J 

Rodgers J M 

RIENMRSM A 

ROBINSON WM 

Roe F 

Rutter S R 

Rosseau J 

RaneyON 

Robinson J 

Ross L 

Ragle Geo 

Robinson J J 

RienS 

Rien HKT 

RIEN & MARKHAM.. 

Robinson C 

Ruchert Thos 

Rice J 

Range C 

Runyon R B 

Ross M 

Russell H 

Robinson F , 

Robinson J C 

RULE MRS J. 

Rule J R 

Roseman T , 

RuoffMrs F , 

Richardson R 

RossD L B 

Riely J 

Rutherford R H 

Rutherford N 

Rodgers Wm 

Rains W P H 

Rodhaver J 

RAMOS J O 

Railsback C 

ReadM 

Robinson A , 

RaysdaleT 

Robinson J C 

Robinson J 

Richardson J M 

Robbins Geo 

Reid J B 

Rector WH 

Rector & Linden 

Roope 

ROBERTSON JAMES. 

Rowland J 

Rice C 

RIDENHOUR L W 

Reniff AA 

Robinson J 

Ross Thos , 



Occupation. 



Custom Mill 

Attorney 

Attorney 

Merchant 

Teacher 

Dry Goods 

Hardware 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Boots and Shoes. 



Carpenter. 



Laborer 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Miner , 

Hotel Prop...., 
Blacksmith ... 

Painter 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Teacher 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmers .. 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Dairyman 

Blacksmith.... 



Farmer 

Sup. Saw Mill... 

Engineer , 

Farmer , 

Dairyman , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer * , 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Hop Raiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miller 

Millers 

Farmer 

Superintendent . 

Dairyman 

Lumber Dealer. 

Farmer 

Machinist 

Laborer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Main Street 

S side Plaza 

N side of Plaza. 
West Street 



West Street 

N side of Plaza. 



West Street. 



Broadway. 



Main Street. 
Main Street , 



Valley Ford Hotel. 
Main Street 



Miriam St District. 



\\ m S Forrestville. 

Green Valley 

Duncan's Mill. 

Duncan's Mill 

Duncan's Mill , 

Duncan's Mill 

Bodega Road 

Redwoods 

1 \ m N Forrestville. 



English Hill 

Russian River 

Russian River 

Timber Cove Ridge... 

Timber Cove 

Fisk'sMill 

Clipper Mill 

Clipper Mill 

Court Road 

Court Road 

4 m N Stony Point... 
3 m NW Petaluma... 
3 m NW Petaluma... 
6 m SE Bloomfield ... 
6 m SE Bloomfield.... 

2 m W Petaluma 

3 m W Bloomfield .... 

4 m SE Two Rocks... 

\ m E Freestone 

| m E Freestone 

1 m S Healdsburg 

4 m S Healdsburg 

Santa Rosa Valley 



Knight Valley Ranch 



12 m SW Healdsburg 



4 m W Forrestville .. 
\\ m S Forrestville .. 



Residence. 



Tucker Street 

Matheson Street 

West Street 

Tucker Street , 

Fitch and Sheridan. 
North and East Sts. 

North Street 

East Street 



Johnson Street 
Powell Street... 

Broadway 

S Napa Street.. 
S Napa Street.. 
N Main Street. 

Main Street 

Lincoln Street.. 

John Street 

Main Street 

Bodega 



Fulton House. 



8 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

30 m W Santa Rosa... 
30 m W Santa Rosa... 

30 m W Santa Rosa 

30 m W Santa Rosa ... 

17 m W Santa Rosa... 
21 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
\\ m NW Santa Rosa.. 
2J m NW Santa Rosa. 

5 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
7 m NW Santa Rosa... 
6^ m SW Santa Rosa... 

1 2 m SW Santa Rosa... 
34 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
34 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa- 
53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
58 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
58 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
65 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
65 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

6 m SW Santa Rosa... 

13 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

13 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
12m SW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m S W Santa Rosa .. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 
12 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
1 m NE Santa Rosa.... 
4 m NE Santa Rosa.... 
4 m NE Santa Rosa..... 

7 m NE Santa Rosa 

14 m N Santa Rosa... 
14 m N Santa Rosa 

14 m N Santa Rosa 

15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 



16 m W Santa Rosa.. 
12 m W Santa Rosa .. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford. 

Valley Ford 

Smith'sR'ch 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Duncan's Ml 

Duncan's Ml 

Duncan's Ml, 

Duncan's Ml, 

Smith'sR'ch 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Duncan's Ml, 

Duncan's Ml 

Fisk's Mill. 

Timber Cove, 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay 

Fish'ns Bay 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Healdsburg. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Petaluma. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 



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186 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Boss Wm 

Ross Jas 

Kossini Berhart 

Kufus E 

Kodgers WK 

Kochford Thos 

Kose J K 

Kicksford S 

Eoncoli L 

READ ROBT 

Roberts WE 

Eobinson M 

Ryan Thos 

ROBERTS OHAS, 

EathbunED 

Rodriguez J 

Eose JM 

RIDDLE D M 

Eutherford J 

Rutherford J E 

Eonsheimer A 

Respini J 

Eodeck John 

EiceP 

Eoberts J 

Eichardson N W 

Eude TG 

Eobinson Mrs S A 

Eobinson "W 

Eines Mrs M 

Eay & Hess 

Eay T 

Eenock A S 

Eay J 

Eogers S 

Eomain G . 

Eowland T 

Eeynolds HT 

Eawlins 

Russell H 

RIOKMAN T H.... 

REEVES G M 

Russell WH 

Raymond F 

Ricks T 

Rogers J L 

RENIOK A B 

Robinson Wm 

Ragan J 

Ryel PG 

Rickman L 

RIEDELL P. 

RANEY O E 

Raney Jas 

Raney H 

Rains G 

RAY E 

RHEA R H 

ROBERTS J 

Rains J P 

Romine Z W 

Reed J 

Seawell J B 

SeawellWN 

Smith J 

Smith T J 

ShawD B 

Smyth Prof OS ■ 

Smith Wm 

SwanL 

Strong Wm 

SMITH T W 



Farmer .... 
Parmer... . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Market...., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Rancher ... 

Farmer 

Laborer .... 

Farmer 

Dairyman . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Laborer.. .. 
Laborer...., 

Laborer 

Dairyman . 
Dairyman . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Bricklayer 



l|mS Forrestville ... 
l| m S Forrestville... 

Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road 

Lakeville Road 

Donahue 

Donahue 

2 m W Sonoma 

W Sonoma Creek 

Santa Rosa Road 

PetalumaRoad 

Petaluma Road 

Road to Bloomfield ... 

Springhill Ranch 

Pet& S Ra'l Stage R'd 
Road to Bloomfield ... 
Main Rd to Sebastopol 

Sebastopol Road 

Seb & Pet Stage Rd... 
Seb & Pet Stage Rd... 



St Antone Ck Road... 
Chilian Valley Road.. 

2 m E Petaluma 

2 m E Lakeville 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 



Miner 



12 m W Santa Rosa.... 
12 m W Santa Rosa.... 
24£ m S Santa Rosa .... 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

20 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa 

3|mS Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m SW Santa Rosa .. 

15 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

16 m S Santa Rosa 

13 m S Santa Rosa 

9 m SW Santa Rosa... 

8 m SW Santa Rosa... 

10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
23 m SE Santa Rosa... 

4£ m E Santa Rosa 

4 m NE Santa Rosa.... 

Broad Street 

Washington Street... 



Blacksmiths 

Blacksmith 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Miner 

Miner 

Butcher 

Hotel Pro 

Carpenter 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser — 

Minister , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser — 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser.... 

Stock Raiser 

Vintner 

Superintendent 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Butcher 



West Street 

West Street 

Renock Road..., 
Pine Flat Road. 
Russian River... 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Main Street 



Edith Mine 



Main Street. 



Georgia Q Mine... 
Georgia Q Mine... 

Dry Creek 

Cloverdale Road.. 
Geyser Toll Road. 

Wine Creek 

Dry Creek 



West Street.... 

4 m NE Geyserville.... 
5| m NE Healdsburg.. 
4 m NE Healdsburg.... 
7 m NE Healdsburg.... 
l£ m NE Geyserville... 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
29 m NW Santa Rosa 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
3 m NW Healdsburg.. 
l£ m N Healdsburg.. 



Eagle Rock Ranch 

Cloverdale Township. 
Cloverdale Township. 
Cloverdale Township. 

Wilbur Place 

Live Oak Q S Mine... 

Healdsburg Road 

Clark's Ranch 

Lake Co Road 

Alexander Valley 

Lake Co Road 

Fourth Street 



6 m NW Healdsburg.. 

4 m NW Healdsburg... 
22 m NW Healdsburg. 
8 m NW Geyserville... 

5 m SW Cloverdale ... 

5 m SW Cloverdale 

5 m SW Cloverdale 

3 m S Cloverdale 

2 m SW Cloverdale 

Adjoining limits 

30 m N W Healdsburg.. 



7 m NE Cloverdale. 



Carpenter 
Saddler...., 
Farmer.... 



Blacksmith 

Chair Maker.. 

Steward 

W Sul Springs 



Seveth Street , 

Fifth Street 

Third Street 

Third Street 

College Avenue., 

Second Street 

First Street 



City Hospital 

1\ m E Santa Rosa.... 



14 m N Petaluma. 



Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



187 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Spencer Mrs M 

SIMONS J S 

Stanley, Neblett & Co.... 

Stanley WB 

Stolle H 

SHAW O B 

Shane A 

Savage G N 

SMITH W H 

SHULTE H F 

SEEGELKEN BRO 
& CO 
SEEGELKEN AD.... 

SEEGELKEN E 

Schaars D 

Smith DrE P 

Smith Mrs G A 

Stoltz Wm 

Shepherd Mrs C M 

Stilts J 

Simmons Rev J C 

SMITH A H 

Smith H H 

Staley Wm 

Smith SS 

Stephens A L 

Stemmons Mrs A 

SchlosserT C 

Smith D S 

Smith R W 

SanBranno Jesus 

Show A J 

Sullivan A . 

Seaton D M W 

Stewart Dr Alex 

Steitz Henry 

Steiger & Son 

SCHIERHOLD H 

Smith S J 

Symonds & Brown 

Symonds C W 

Swartz John 

Samon M 

Sens Louis 

Smith Wm 

Schmitt Geo 

Spotswood & Bro 

Spotswood R 

Spotswood J 

Sexton Wm 

Shroufe D W 

Scott T 

Schevd J 

Stroud J W 

Smith J G 

Silver Miss H , 

SCUDDER N W 

Smith Dr John B 

SPAULDING F M 

Sharon Jas 

Shattuck F W 

Sullivan M 

Scanlan J 

Smith Mrs H A 

STRATTON 'WAT. 

St Clair G 

SHEPHERD DR J S 

Scoville Asa , 

Sweeny Wm 

Stewart J W , 

Snow J 

Symonds Mrs M L 



A D 



Livery 

Hardware 

Hardware 

Shoemaker 

Saloon 

Grocer 

Auction Store.. 
Wagon Maker.. 
Wagon Maker.. 



Grocers.... 

Grocer 

Grocer 

Grocer 

Physician. 



NEcor Plaza 

Main and Third... 
Main and Third... 

Main Street 

Third and Main.... 
S W side of Plaza. 

Third Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 



Fourth Street.... 
Johnson Street. 



Fourth Street. 
First Street.... 



Third Street... 
Third Street... 
Fourth Street. 
Fourth Street. 



Fourth and Wilson ... 
Fourth and Wilson ... 
Fourth and Wilson ... 
Fourth and Wilson... 
Temple's Drug Store. 



Brewery 

Boarding House 

Farmer 

M E Minister... 
Lumber Dealer. 

Stock Raiser 

Carpenter 

Car. Painter 

Carpenter 



Mendocino Street. 



Mendocino Street. 
Wilson Street 



Hardware. 



Main Street. 



Printer 

Saddler 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Attorney 

Physician .... v ... 

Grocer 

Gunsmiths 

Cigar Manuf r... 

Butcher 

Grocers 

Grocer 

Shoemaker 

Hostler 

Saloon 

Storekeeper 

Clothing, etc 

Wagon m akers . . . 

Wagon maker 

Wagonmaker.... 

Greenhouse 

Saloon 

Vegetables 

Gardener 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Saloon 

Publisher 

Physician 

Wagonmaker...., 

Laborer... 

Attorney. 1 . 

Saloon 

Laborer 



Main Street 

Washington Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 
Main Street 



Nursery 

Painter 

Physician 

Engineer 

Stableman 

Merchant 

Real Estate Agt. 



Washington Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Washington Street. 
English Street 



Main Street. 



Upham Street. 
Sixth Street.... 



Wilson Street 

Fourth and Wilson. 
Fourth and Wilson , 

Fourth Street 

Johnson Street 

Johnson Street 

Mendocino Street... 
Mendocino Street.... 
Healdsburg Road.... 

Humboldt Street 

College Avenue 

Morgan Street "... 

B Street 

B Street , 

Fifth Street 

Liberty Street 

B and Sixth , 



Keller Street. 
Sixth Street... 



Sixth and F 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Second bet D and E.. 



Keller Street. 



A and Liberty. 



Washington and Main 



Main Street.... 
Main Street.... 

Main Street 

Seventh and B. 



Sixth Street 

Washington Hotel. 



Liberty and Prospect. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Washington Street. 
Washington Street. 

Third Street 

Keokuk Street 

Liberty Street 

Prospect Street 

Western Avenue.... 

Post Street 

Upham Street 

Howard Street 

Sixth Street 

F Street 

Keokuk Street 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 



Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 
Santa 



Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 
Rosa. 



Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa . Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Fetal uma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 



188 



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Name. 



Sweetland Mrs NT... 

Sloper W 

Sproul J 

Sutton 

Solaro Henry 

Seavy K 

Stoddard M 

Smith J Y 

Smith Mrs MP 

Sullivan P 

Slevin James 

Starke Mrs A 

Sitton TH 

Sparks A 

SilvaMrs C 

Smith Wm 

Singley J 

Solari J 

Smith Thos 

Stoddard B 

Spotswood A 

Shirley J Q 

Shaver S 

Skillman A 

SMITH J B 

Sterling P W 

Stone Miss HE 

Stone Miss A 

Scott W A 

Scythe 

Soloman B 

SHULL S M 

Sylver J 

Sargent H 

Stussy D 

Scott C 

Smith HW 

Shafer J S 

Stewart J 

Smith "Wm 

Skaggs A 

Skaggs "Wm 

Skaggs E 

Stump S 

Stump J C 

SPRINGER J L... 

Stump J 

Sheppard Mrs A 

Smith J 

SMITH DR W D. 
STEVENS J W... 

Starrat J 

Sutton L 

Selling J & Co 

Selling Jacob 

STARKE P 

Sparks G W 

Stewart Chas 

Smith C R 

Sigal Miss M 

Schocken S 

Schuster K 

SMITH R 

Sackett J 

Sedgley J 

Strong Mrs 

Selling Bros 

Selling John 

Selling Jacob 

SEELY D T 

Stone Chas 

Sweeney J H 



Occupation. 



Carpenter... ., 
Carpenter .... 

Farmer , 

Confectioner. 
Dairyman.... 
Street Supt... 
Carpenter .... 



Laborer 
Saloon... 



Laborer 

Poultry Dealer. 



Saloon , 

Freight Agent. 



Laborer. 



Blacksmith 

Stock Dealer .... 

Currier 

Blacksmith 

Banker 

Marble Works... 

Teacher 

Teacher 

Barber 

Teamster 



Carpenter 

Laborer 

Shoemaker...., 

Barber 

Barber 

Grocer 

Glove Manuf. 

Miner 

Saloon 

Skagg's Hotel 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Constable 

Hotel 

PM & Justice P 
Saloon 



Place of Business. 



English Street. 



Washington Street. 



Washington Street. 



Main Street 

N side of Plaza , 

Powell and Centre. 



Teamster.... 
Physician..., 
Feed Store.. 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Merchants .. . 
Merchant .... 

Farmer 

Collector...-. 

Teamster 

Laborer 

Dressmaker 
Merchant ... 
Carpenter... 

Saddler 

Teamster .... 



Merchants. 
Merchant . 
Merchant . 

Teacher 

Barber...... 

Saloon 



West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West and North. 
East Street 



West Street 

Hot Spring Creek. 
Hot Spring Creek. 
Hot Spring Creek. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 



Residence. 



B Street.. 
B Street. 
B Street.. 



D Street 

Sixth and D 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 

G Street 

Third Street 

Third and G 

Third Street 

Third Street 

First Street 

Washington Street 

Adams Street 

Adams Street 

Washington and Edith 

Hopper Street 

Washington Street 

Washington & Hopper 

E Street 

Union Hotel 

North Street 

Powell 

Matheson Street 

Matheson Street 

Matheson Street 

Matheson Street 

Fitch Street 

East Street 

Matheson Street 

Sheridan Street 

West Street 

Matheson Street 

West Street 

East Street 



West Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Mark West 
Fulton 



Main Street 

Main Street 

13 m S Santa Rosa... 
W of Townsend St. 



Vallejo Street 



Broadway. 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Bodega. 
Bodega. 
Bodega 
Bodega 



7 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
5 m N W Santa Rosa 



Main Street 

Guerneville Hotel. 
3 m W Petaluma. 



S of Napa Street. 

Napa Street , 

E side Plaza 

E side Plaza 

off Napa Street... 

Broadway 

Union Street 

Main Street 

Newberg Street. . 



Rear Main Street. 

Main Street 

Bodega Street...... 



Main Street , 

Main Street Main Street. 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healds*burg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Smith's R'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Petaluma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Geyserville. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



189 




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24 Post Street, San Francisco. 



B. P. HEALD, President. P. O. WOODBURY, Secretary. 



YOUNG MEN AND LADIES 

Wishing to prepare themselves for the practical duties of life, will find this to be the school. Pupils 
learn just what they will use to accomplish success, and do not meddle with superfluous studies. Each 
Student receives separate instruction, and can thus advance as rapidly as desired, not being kept back by 
those more deficient. All persons passing the final Examination in a satisfactory manner, will receive our 
finely engraved Graduating Diploma. Graduates of this College are in demand among Business Men, 
and can readily find good positions. Such as are in good standing are assisted in obtaining situations, 
if desired. 



Is issued monthly by the College, and contains full particulars regarding the Course of Studies, Expenses 
Etc.; also a large amount of interesting reading. Specimen copies can be obtained, free of charge, either 
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190 



I*. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OF 





^MNZ^CHlCfiCOl 



^jf'-I' is general])' known that the 
3B £ real niajority of windmills are 
¥&& not to be relied upon in storms 
or //£-/// winds. The winter gales 
that sweep over this coast often com- 
pletely wreck many of the ordinary 
mills Naturally enough, many per- 
sons become prejudiced against all 
windmills. It is not treating fairly 
those few who have for many years 
made wind-power a study and a spe- 
cialty, to class the production of their 
labor with that of the many who pre- 
tend to be windmill makers. 

The STOVER is so constructed 
that if left running when it encoun- 
ters a storm or gale, it will quietly 
stop running, and when the storm 
subsides will commence pumping 
again. It can also be arranged to 
pump a large or small quantity of 
water, as may be desired, and to turn 
itself out of the wind when it has 
filled the tank or reservoir. Its con- 
struction is compact and simple; its 
movements steady and noiseless. It 
has fewer joints than almost any other 
3 windmill to wear and rattle in the 
wind. It has anti-friction balls upon 
which it revolves upon its axes, need- 
II ing no oil, and enabling it to turn in 
11 the slightest breeze. It has a gradu- 
ating weight, by which its power and 
speed can be increased and dimin- 
ished at will. 

The STOVER is an Illinois inven- 
tion. Believing it to be the best east : 
ern patent among the many which 
55 have been introduced here, we were 
induced to secure the right to manu- 
facture them for this coast. 



THE STOVER has taken the MEDALS at the Illinois State Pairs for the Best 
Windmills for Farm Purposes, over all competitors— THIRTEEN IN NUMBER. 



MANUFACTURED AT THE 



AT WOOD Sl BOD WELL, Proprietors, 

[See also page *32] %11—%13 MISSION ST., San Francisco, Cal. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



191 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



SOLOMON O 

Sherden F 

Seely Geo 

Smith Dr H J 

Shaver N A 

STEWART & HALL- 
STEWART OHAS 

Stillwell V 

Stephenson J W , 

Stewart WH 

Smith K , 

Steele J 

Staley T 

Shrenipf J 

Skinner Mrs 

Steele T 

Sample J 

Sharon Mrs C T 

Slattery Mrs , 

Smith P 

Swigert Geo 

SCHROYER A 

Stockoff J 

SALT POINT HOTEL. 

Salle P 

Scott H 

Shultz W 

Stengel C 

Shone W 

Seymore L B 

Shaw PH 

Stengel C 

Soules & Son 

Soules S 

Soules A 

Soules L 

Story Geo , 

Shults 

Simpson Mrs 

Speers S 

Simmons J R 

Stotridge E 

Shamburg Geo 

Stine A 

Sullivan J 

Smith R 

Stanford P 

Smith J K 

Smith G W 

Smith F A 

Shaw Geo T 

Soper L 

Stump A 

Simpson J 

Stone R W 

Stone JS 

Stitz C 

Shields "Wm 

Smith John 

Starkey F 

Stanley J P 

Shuster John 

Swigart Geo 

Stewart M 

Smith Adam 

Strong A 

Stewart J 

Semple Wm Sen 

SIMPSON JOHN 

Semple Wm Jr 

Sanders 

Scott D P H 



Merchant 
Farmer ... 
Laborer. .. 



Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Main Street. 



Laborer — 
Merchants. 
Merchant .. 
Butcher 



Main Street... 
Main Street... 
Main Street... 
Bodega Street 
Mill Street 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street.. 



Shoemaker. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Main Street. 



Farmer. 
Farmer 



Teacher 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 
Teamster 



Tel Line Repai'r 

Foreman 

Laborer 

Stock Raiser.. 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Dairyman...... 

Flour Mill.... 

Flour Mill 

Flour Mill 

Flour Mill.... 
Farmer 



Farmer... 
Farmer.. 
Farmer... 
Laborer.. 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Laborer.. 
Teamster. 
Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 



Lumberman. 
Lumberman. 
Dairyman.... 
Dairyman.... 
Lumberman. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman. . .. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel Pro.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Green Valley. 



2J- m N Bloomfield 



English Hill 
English Hill 
Fort Ross 



Salt Point 

Fisk'sMill 

Fisk'sMill 

Stewart's Point. 
Behler's Ranch. 



Mill Creek 

Mill Creek 

Mill Creek 

Mill Creek 

5 m SWHealdsburg., 
Porter Creek 



7 m SWHealdsburg.. 
10 m SW Healdsburg 
3 m W Forrestville... 



Broderick Street 

Mill Street 

Valley Ford Hotel.... 
Bodega 

12 m W Santa Rosa., 

11 m W Santa Rosa.... 
2 m NW Santa Rosa... 
2 m NW Santa Rosa... 

4 m NW Santa Rosa... 

5 m NW Santa Rosa... 
7 m NW Santa Rosa... 

12 m SW Santa Rosa. . . 

12 mSW Santa Rosa... 

13 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
13 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
40 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
47 m NW Santa Rosa 
50 m NW Santa Rosa. 
53 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
53 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
61 m NW Healdsburg 
45 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
50 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa 
60 m NW Santa Rosa 
19 m NW Santa Rosa. 
19 m NW Santa Rosa. 
19 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

19 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 

20 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m W Santa Rosa ... 



1 m S Forrestville.... 
lj m S Forrestville.. 
Redwoods , 



Coleman Valley. 
Coleman Valley., 
Moore's Ranch... 
Duncan's Mill.... 
Duncan's Mill.... 
Ocean View 



Dutch Bill Creek. 
Oregon Canyon... 



l£ m W Two Rocks.. 
off English Street R'd 
3 m NW Petaluma... 

4£ m W Petaluma 

£ m N Freestone 

|m E Freestone 

l|raS Freestone 

1 m NW Sebastopol.. 

2 m S Healdsburg 

l^mS Fulton 



Mark West Hot Sp'gs 
Mark West Creek 



SRosa&Heald'g R'd 



11 m W Santa Rosa.... 
8 m W Santa Rosa 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
17 m S"V^ Santa Rosa.. 
17 m SW Santa Rosa., 
22 m SW Santa Rosa... 
30 m W Santa Rosa.... 

30 m W Santa Rosa 

27 m W Santa Rosa 

20 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

15 m W Santa Rosa.... 

17 m W Santa Rosa.... 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
20 m SW Santa Rosa... 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m S W Santa Rosa .. 
8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
13 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
3 J m NW Santa Rosa.. 

7 m NE Santa Rosa .... 

8 m NE Santa Rosa .... 
7 m NE Santa Rosa.... 

S m NE Santa Rosa 

5 m NW Santa Rosa.... 



Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Freestone. 

Timber Cove. 

Timber Cove. 

Fisk'sMill. 

Fisk'sMill. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay 

Timber Cove. 

Fish'm's B'y 

Fish'm's B'y 

Stewart's Pt. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Forrestville. 

Sebastopol. 

Freestone. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Ocean View. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Sebastopol. 

Forrestville. 

Sebastopol. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Petaluma. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fulton. 



192 



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Name. 



E. 



Shaw , 

Shriver T J 

Snyder C 

Sensibaugh Geo 

Silbert Mrs MS 

Starr A 

Shalebergher S 

Spencer H 

Stapp JN 

Slater Wm 

Switzer W H 

SNYDER J R.... 

Stofen Capt J 

Stofen Capt P 

Sears F 

Stanley Jas W 

Smalley W H 

SUTHERLAND 

Spencer S 

Stuart CV 

Sealy JS 

Shearer John 

Sutherland J J 

Skillman T 

Spaulding A L 

Schneider P 

SEXTON WM 

Stedler J G 

Sweeney P 

Sweeney J 

Smith R J 

Smith Wm 

SOWERS O 

Silvester C 

Smith Wm 

Springer C 

Salter F 

Spaulding A N 

SYLVESTER O S 

Slatery Mrs 

Smith J M 

SchibelT 

Sutherland 

Spencer 

Stocking D 

Story S C 

Simons A 

SKIPPINGTON JOHfr. 

SULLIVAN JAS 

Stewart D 

Smith D 

Smith WH 

SMITH S J 

SchwobedaJ B 

Seavy R 

Sullivan M 

Shoals Mrs M 

Stone J 

Smith E I 

Smith Dr Q C 

Stephens A F 

Schwartz M 

Shaw 

SEISENGUD J 

SuffieldWmH 

Shaw & Hoadley 

Shaw J E 

Shores J M 

Simon A 

SHREWSBURY W P.. 

Spencer Prank 

Salisbury H A 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith., 



Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Vintner 

Capt Schooner. 
Capt Schoorer.. 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Dairyman 

Vintner 

Laborer 

Vintner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Nurseryman. ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman. 
Farmer...., 
Farmer...., 
Farmer.... 
Dairyman. 
Hotel Pro . 
Dairyman. 
Dairyman. 
Farmer 



Barkeeper. 



Physician , 

Carpenter 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Feed Stable ... 

Teamster 

Hardware , 

Hardware ...... 

Saloon 

Clerk 

Livery Stable. 

Steward 

Watchmaker. 



Place or Business. 



Knightsville 

Franz Valley 

Windsor & Hot Sp'gs 
jinW Healdsburg.... 
\ m W Healdsburg... 
2 m SW Healdsburg.. 



Sonoma Road 

Elcerrito Vineyard.... 

St Louis 

St Louis 

Lakeville Road 

Donahue 

Donahue 

Big Tree Vineyard.... 
W S Sonoma Creek... 

Glenellen 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Petaluma Road 

Main R'd to Bloomf'd 
Main R'd to Bloomf'd 

Petaluma Nursery 

off Tel R'd to Bl 'field 
Pet&S Rafl S R'd 
Pet & S Rafl S R'd 
Pet & S Rafl S R'd.. 

Sebastopol Road 

Seb & Pet Road 

offPet Road 

Pet & Blf'd Tel Road 
Pet & Seb Stage Road 
Pet & Seb Stage Road 
Bl'd & Pet Stage R'd 

Blucher Valley 

Blucher Valley 

Seb & S Rosa Road... 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Mock's Ranch 

Petaluma Road 

5 m E Petaluma 

4£ m SE Petaluma.... 

Rincon Valley 

1 m NW Two Rocks 

Sebastopol Rd 

1 m S TwoRocks....... 

1 m S Two Rocks 

6 m f'm ConC LR'd 



West Street. 
West Street. 



West Street. 
West Street. 



West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street ..... 

West Street 

West and Second. 
West Street 



Residence. 



6 m N Santa Rosa 

8 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

9 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
14 m N Santa Rosa .... 
18 m N Santa Rosa 

10 m N Santa Rosa.... 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa. 

18 m NW Santa Rosa. 

13 m W Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

2 m E Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

24 m S Santa Rosa , 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

12 m S Santa Rosa. ... 

7 m S Santa Rosa 

5 m S Santa Rosa , 

9£ m S Santa Rosa 

9£ m S Santa Rosa 

13£ m S Santa Rosa.... 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa. 

14 m SW Santa Rosa. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
20 m S W Santa Rosa . 
20 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

17 m S Santa Rosa 

7 m SW Santa Rosa ... 

7 m SW Santa Rosa... 

11 m W Santa Rosa.. . 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
llmSW Santa Rosa.. 

10 m SW Santa Rosa. 

8 m SW Santa Rosa..., 

9 mSW Santa Rosa..., 
9 m SW Santa Rosa... 

£ m W Santa Rosa 

5 m SW Santa Rosa ... 
9 m SE Santa Rosa 

11 m SE Santa Rosa... 

9 m SE Santa Rosa 

8 m SE Santa Rosa .... 

14 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

19 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

20 m SE Santa Rosa.... 
1\ m E Santa Rosa.... 

16 m SW Santa Rosa. 

3 m SW Santa Rosa... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa., 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

Broad Street 

East Street 

Main Street .... 

Main and Fourth 

West Street * 

Main Street 

Second Street 



West Street. 
West Street. 



Jefferson Street.... 

West Street 

West Street 

West Street 

West and Second. 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Santa Rosa. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Calistoga. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sebastopol. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Glenellen J 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Two Rocks. 

Stony Point 

Two Rocks. 

Petaluma. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



189 



Name. 



Sweeney G t 

Selleck CH 

Scott C C 

Shipley E J 

Shipley J C 

Sink D 

Sink D W 

SewallJL 

Samuels J 

Stevens H 

Stone J C 

Sullivan J D 

Sullivan N 

Sanding J.. 

Stemmens J 

Smith Peter 

Sampson R 

Sweeney F 

SeawellJ W& Co 

Swan A G 

Swift R 

SILVERS J 

STEVENS L 

SIBBALD & ROBERTS 

SIBBALD J 

SPTJRR D F 

Spurr L C ,... 

SpurrH C 

Smith W 

Suffield Wm 

Smith Saml 

Stepp J N 

STANLEY J P 

Smith P 

Stegeman Wm 

Scott S 

Smith H 

Smith John 

Somes J 

Sweeney F 

Snook WP 

ShinnRF 

Simpson J W •- 

Sweeney G 

SINGLEY R R 

Stiles AH 

SWEENEY J H 

Salavely J 

Spencer H C 

Snider J D 

Stewart 

Shuschast J 

Schott J 

Snyder John 

Simpson J 

Stevens N C 

SHELFORD L L 

Shelford PL 

Shelford J 

Tupper G A 

Toll WB 

Temple J 

THOMPSON T 

Thomas A 

Tucker T 

Thompson G W 

TAYLOR J 

Tucker 

Tei-ry Wm 

THOMPSON F 

Thornton G A 

THOMPSON R 



Trader 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Hotel Proprietor 

Butchers 

Butcher - . 

Miner 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Stock Raisers 

Stock Raiser 

Attorney 



Occupation. 



Stage Stable... 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.., 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Dealer.. 

Carpenter , 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Photographer 

Attorney 

Publisher 

Attorney 



Wagon maker. 

Butcher 

Tinner 

Laborer 

Editor 

Assessor 

Editor 



Place of Business. 



Geyser Springs.. 

Cloverdale 

Oat Valley 

Oat Valley 

Oat Valley , 

Oat Valley 

Dry Creek 

Samuels' Ranch. 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 



Little Geyser. 



Edith Q Mine. 
Main Street.... 
Main Street..., 



Dry Creek 

Healdsburg 

Clark Ranch 

Clark Ranch 

Healdsburg 

Healdsburg 

Cloverdale 

Healdsburg Road.... 
Healdsburg Road.... 

Cloverdale Road 

Dry Creek 

Petaluma 

McElarney's Ranch. 
Cloverdale Creek.... 
Dry Creek Road 



Dry Creek 

Reese Gap 

Cloverdale Road.. 
Healdsburg Road. 
Dry Creek 



Cloverdale Road.., 

Geyser ville 

Dry Creek 

Mill Creek Road.., 
Cloverdale Road.., 

Austin Creek 

Pina Creek ..., 

Cloverdale Road.., 

Dry Creek , 

Dry Creek , 

Bear Ridge Ranch. 
E County Road.... 
E County Road...., 
E County Road.... 

Main Street , 

Third Street 

W side Plaza 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 



S W side Plaza , 



Geyser Street 

15 m E Cloverdale 

Cloverdale 

m N Cloverdale 

3 m N Cloverdale 

35 m NW Santa Rosa. 
35 m NW Santa Rosa. 
2 m NW Healdsburg.. 

28 m NW Healdsburg. 
8 m NE Healdsburg.... 

1 m E Geyserville 

27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 

28 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa,. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

7 m SW Cloverdale 

Healdsburg 

30 m NW Healdsburg. 
30 m N W Healdsburg.. 

Sotoyome House 

Union Hotel 

XT S Hotel 

2 mSW Cloverdale 



Fourth Street, 
Fourth Street. 



Residence. 



3 m N Geyserville 

1J m W Healdsburg... 

4|m W Petaluma 

|m SW Cloverdale 

|m W Cloverdale 

8 m W Cloverdale 

17 m W Healdsburg... 
17 m W Healdsburg... 
5|mNW Healdsburg.. 
11 m W Healdsburg.... 
I m NW Healdsburg... 
10 m NW Healdsburg. 

6 m NW Healdsburg... 

Geyserville 

Geyserville 

£mS Geyserville 

Geyserville 

3 J m NW Healdsburg. 
£ m SW Healdsburg... 

|m N Healdsburg 

16 m NW Healdsburg. 
3 m W Healdsburg 

7 m NW Healdsburg... 
6 m NW Healdsburg... 
6 m NW Healdsburg... 
30 m NW T Healdsburg.. 

1 m E Cloverdale 

1 m E Cloverdale 

1 m E Cloverdale 

Tupper Street 

Sixth Street 

B Street 

Second Street 

Mendocino Street 

Mendocino Street 

Mendocino Street,.,,,,.. 



Fifth Street,., 
Third Street... 
Fourth Street. 
Fifth Street- 
Second Street. 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Geyserville. 

Dodgeville. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Petaluma. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa, 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa, 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 



190 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Thomas C B 

TEMPLE R A 

Trefren F A 

Tempel & Bauer 

Truelson C 

TaftH C& Co 

Towne SD 

Thompson Jas D 

TIGHE KELLY 

Titchworth H B 

Tucker W M 

Thurman Wm D 

TaftMiss F 

Topper John 

Taylor John 

Tuttle B F 

Trinque Mrs M 

Taylor LK 

Thomas E C 

TURNER JOHN 

TUCKER J S 

Thompson J H 

THING A 

TERRY & TENNY. 

TERRY J W 

TENNY C M 

Thing E A 

Thompson M. 

TURNER G J......... 

Taylor H M 

Tionen J 

Toroni B 

TruetH 

Thompson J D , 

Thompson J M 

Thompson & Kennedy... 

Trenner J 

Taggart John 

Thompson L 

Tate J T 

Tarwater M , 

Tatcher J 

Thomas H 

Tants E 

TRUITT J R... 

Torrance SH 

Thayer 

Toney E , 

Turner P W 

Tibbets CE 

Toguazzine A 

Taylor Despard 

Thomas I..... 

Tucker "W B 

TeagueCP 

Totter T 

-Thompson P H 

Thompson Thos... , 

TaitF 

Thomas "WS 

Theuerkauf F G 

THQMASGW.. 

Thompson A W............ 

Thurston A 

Taber J , ... 

Talbot O w ,v.i 

Talbot H...,„„, 

Thompson Wm...... , 

Thompson W A.. ,, 

Todd Jas..„. 

Todd John....,,,,; 

Tuttle J.,„„.„ .............. 



Occupation. 



Surveyor 

Druggist 

Clerk 

Agricul. Imp'lts 

Jeweler 

Merchants 

Druggist 

Bricklayer..... 
Hotel Prop'r.. 



Stock Dealer. 
Hostler 



Carpenter 

Horse Trainer. 
Sheep Raiser... 



Carpenter 

Survey er 

Bakery 

Basketmaker, 

Miner 

Stock Kaiser., 

Furniture 

Furniture 

Furniture 

Saloon 



Baker 



Baker.... 
Saloon... 
Vintner. 



Butcher .... 
Butchers.... 

Farmer 

Guerneville H'tl. 
Teamster... 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer...... 

Farmer 

Laborer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Sawyer 

Dairyman.. 
Farmer...... 

Farmer ..... 

Farmer .... 

Farmer 

Farmer...... 

Farmer 

Carpenter... 

Farmer 

Carpenter... 
Farmer ...... 

Farmer. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer...... 

Farmer...... 

Farmer...... 

Farmer...... 

Farmer...... 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place op Business 



Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

Main & Washington.. 

Main Street 

Main and Washington 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

Washington Street. 



Main Street. 



Main and Washington 

Powell Street... 

S side Plaza 



West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 
West Street. 



West Street. 



E side Plaza 

S of Napa Street. 



Main Street. 



Main §treet. 



Mark West Hot Sps... 

Mark West Creek 

N Fork Mark W C'k 



3 m SW Healdsburg.. 
Kussian Kiver 



3 m W Forrestville... 



Duncan's Mill 

Duncan's Mill 

Bodega Port Road... 

Green Valley 

\ m W Healdsburg. 
l£ m NW Santa Rosa 



Residence. 



Second Street 

Fourth Street 

Washington Street 

Kentucky Street , 

Washington Hotel...... 

Liberty Street 

Liberty and Prospect.. 

Main Street 

Wash in ton Street , 

Main Street 

Kentucky Street 



Liberty Street. 

Prospect Street 

Fair Ground 

Prospect Street 

Third Street. 

Washington Street. 



Powell Street. 
S side Plaza.., 
Tucker Street. 
Tucker Street. 



Sheridan Street. 



Tucker Street 



West Street. 



E side Plaza 

E side of Plaza. 
E side of Plaza- 



Main Street. 



Main Street. 



Town or 
Post Oppice 



Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road.. 

Lakeville Road... 

Broadway 

E Sonoma Creek 

Santa Rosa Road 

S Road to Bloomfield. 
Pet & Seb Stage Road 

Blutcher Valley 

Bennett Valley ... 

Bennett Valley 



Sonoma Mountain... 

E Vallejo Road 

Rodger's Ranch...... 



8 m NE Santa Rosa.... 

10 m NE Santa Rosa 
13 m NE Santa Rosa... 

8 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
12 m NE Santa Rosa... 
19 m NW Santa Rosa 
16 m W Santa Rosa.... 
16 m W Santa Rosa ... 

15 m W Santa Rosa.... 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

30 m W Santa Rosa... 
30 m W Santa Rosa. ... 
19 m W Santa Rosa... 

11 m W Santa Rosa... 

16 m N W Santa Rosa.. 



50 m N W Santa Rosa.. 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

25 m S Santa Rosa 

22 m S Santa Rosa 



18 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m S Santa Rosa 

13 m S Santa Rosa 

17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

5 m SE Santa Rosa 

6 m SE Santa Rosa 

12 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
12 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
15 m SE Santa Rosa... 

15 m SE Santa Rosa... 

16 m SW Santa Rosa- 



Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petal uma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg! 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

N Healdsb'g 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Calistoga. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Healdsburg. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Forrestville. 

Sebastopol . 

Duncan'sMl. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Smith 'sR'ch 

Sebastopol. 

Healdsburg. 

Santa Rosa. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Sonoma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Glenellen. 

Glenellen. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



193 



Name. 



TIMMS W F 

TATE ALEX 

Thompson Thos 

TURNER JOHN 

Towner D 

Thompson Chas 

TILTON B F 

Towner A C 

THATCHER D 

TEABY W H 

Thompson C M 

Thomas John 

Tregelles H 

Terry J L 

THOMPSON J G 

THOMPSON S G 

THOMPSON &BRO 

THOMPSON E F 

TRUITT R K 

Tamsit S 

Truitt H 

Toombs H 

Thatcher D 

Thatcher G W 

Travers J 

Truett Wm 

Tuttle E D 

THOMPSON S 

Toombs L 

TRUETT M F 

TRUETT M K 

Turner H C 

Twimen J 

Thompson H K 

Turner A 

Turner E 

Thornburgh J M 

Trimball Wm 

UNOLESS T T 

Underwood Eev P P 

UnderhillJ G 

URTON W L 

Uhlehorn H 

Upton C 

UrichDr J H 

Utman Mrs M 

Uren WH 

Underwood A 

Underwood John 

Ubanks J 

UPSON A 

Ubank Wm 

Upton Wm A 

VEHLING F 

Vanderleith J 

VanderNoot & Son 

VanderNoot A 

Vedova H 

Voss C 

Vinal John 

VanSlykeDS 

Vedova H 

Van Geldern Dr 

Van Geldern Miss M , 

Van Every A 

VALLE JO GENL M G. 

Vaughn& Kose 

Vaughn E K 

Vaughn Mrs L 

Vaughn J H 

Vaughn J M 

Vollman P 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Butcher , 

Fruit Grower 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Miner 



miner 

Miner 

Saloon 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Merchants 

Clerk , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Stock Kaiser , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miner 

Chemist 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Liveryman 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Surveyor 

Laborer 

Exp. Messenger. 
Physician , 



Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Soda Manufact' 

Laborer 

Liquor dealers... 

Merchant 

Grocer 

Laborer 

Miller 

Painter 



Music Teacher. 
Wine Dealer... 



Attorneys. 
Attorney.. 



St Commissioner 
Saloon 



Place of Business. 



CenSt An tone Koad... 
Pet & Sonoma Tel R'd 

3 m N Lakeville 

2£ m NW StonyPoint 
7 m NW Petaluma... 

J m S Freestone 

2mN Freestone 

2 m NE Freestone 



Main Street 

Rattlesnake Q Mine. 
Flagstaff Q Mine.... 

Edith QMine 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Geyser Road 

Dry Creek 

Robinson Ridge 

Geyserville 

Geyserville 

Napa Road 

Geyser Toll Road.... 



Dry Creek. 
Dry Creek. 



Truett's Ranch 

Truett's Ranch , 

Truett's Ranch 

Healdsburg Road... 
Healdsburg Road..., 

Geyser Road 

Geyser Road , 

Geyser Road , 

Napa Road 

Washington Street.. 



Lincoln Valley 

3 m SE Sebastopol.. 

4 m W Forrestville. 



Edith Q Mine. 



Healdsburg Road. 

Dry Creek 

Healdsburg Road. 

Oat Valley 

Fourth Street , 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Washington Street. 



N side of Plaza. 
N side of Plaza. 



Main Road. 



Residence. 



18 m SW Santa Rosa... 
11 m SE Santa Rosa.... 

23 m S Santa Rosa 

8 m SW Santa Rosa..^ 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
13 in SW Santa Rosa.. 
11m SW Santa Rosa... 
11 m SW Santa Rosa... 

Geyser Street 

Geyser Street 

29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

25 m NW Santa Rosa. 

15 m E Cloverdale 

4 m NW Healdsburg... 
22 m NW Healdsburg. 

Geyserville 

Geyserville 

2 m E Geyserville 

7 m E Cloverdale. 

1 m NW Healdsburg... 
4|mNW HealdSburg.. 

2 m NW Healdsburg... 

26 m NW Healdsburg. 

4 m S Cloverdale 

4 m S Cloverdale 

4 m S Cloverdale 

2 mSW Cloverdale 

2m S Cloverdale 

6 m NE Healdsburg.... 
6 m NE Healdsburg ... 
6 m NE Healdsburg... 

8 m NW Healdsburg... 

Kentucky Street 

Fifth Street 

6 m E Santa Rosa 

8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

17 m W Santa Rosa.. .. 

Main Street 

Geyser Street 

West Street 

27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

2 m SW Cloverdale 

3 m NW Healdsburg... 



2£ m N Cloverdale 

Fourth Street 

Second Street 

Washington Street 

Washington Street 

Main Street 

Sixth andF 

English Street 

Gbet 4th and 5th 



S side Plaza 

S side Plaza 

N side Plaza 

Lachryma Montis F'rm 



Sheridan Street 

East Street 

East Street'. 

Sheridan Street 

27 m S Santa Rosa. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Lakeville. 

Stony Point. 

Petaluma. 

Freestone. 

Freestone. 

Sebastopol. 

Geyserville. 

Geyserville. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Clairville. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Sebastopol. 

Forrestville. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville. 

N Healdsb'g 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Pine Flat. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

E Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

St Louis. 



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194 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



"Name. 



Occupation. 



Place op Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
PostOppice 



Veal Wm 

Vestal H 

Vormchlag J 

VESTAL Cj 

VALLEY FORD HOTEL 

Van Winkle Thos 

Varney Dr O 

Vance E H 

VON HASSLOOHER 

COL E 

Vaughn Geo 

Venn Wm 

Vassar J 

Vassar B .... 

Vassar Jas B 

Vassar Nicholas 

Vassar A J 

Van Allen J J 

Van Allen J J 

Vaughn Wm 

Wright J E 

Wilson SH 

Wilson G A. 

WoodB S 

Winkler F 

Wheeler E 

Woodward J A 

White EE 

Wood J B 

Washer H 

"WRIGHT DR A S 

WHEELER W A 

WILLIS & SIMONS 

WILLIS T N 

Williamson Mrs T D 

Ward C 

Wilson & Clark 

Wilson WH 

Weinstein M 

White & Atkins 

White DL 

Wise & Goldfish 

WiseH 

Wise Morris 

Wilde L 

Weller & Cope 

Weller Silas 

Wood W M 

White J M 

White C W 

WAITS DR A E 

Williams J M 

Wilson Wm Y 

Welsh T... 

Wood 

W^est Mrs Erancis 

Wood J 

Wilson Mrs C 

Wier Mrs M 

Winslow A J 

Woodworth S J 

Wilson B 

Wilson J K 

Windar Miss S 

Warren J B 

Warlock W 

Warner A 

Wetzel P 

Warlock J 

Whitson JE 

Wolf John D 

Wright C 



Farmer 
Farmer- 
Farmer 
Farmer 



Petaluma Road, 
Sebastopol Rd... 



6 m N¥ Petaluma. 
Main Street 



8£ m S Santa Rosa 

8£ m SW Santa Rosa... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
16 m SW Santa Rosa- 



Farmer. 



Timber Cove Ridge. 
Stewart's Point 



6 m NW Santa Rosa 
49 m NW Santa Rosa 
56 m NW Santa Rosa 



Capitalist , 

Miner 

Miner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Earmer 

Hunter 

Farmer , 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Carpenter , 

Deputy Sheriff- 
Drayman 

Recorder 

Upholsterer 

Drayman , 

Mechanic 



Flagstaff Q Mine 
Missouri Q Mine.. 
Cloverdale Road.. 
Cloverdale Road. 
Cloverdale Road. 
Cloverdale Road.. 
Cloverdale Road. 
Dry Creek 



Dry Creek, 



Cook 

Physician 

Publisher 

Livery 

Livery 

Milliner 

Shoemaker 

Blacksmiths 

Wagon Maker... 

Tailor 

Bar Room 

Saloon 

Dry Goods 

Dry Goods 

Liquors, etc 

Shoemaker 

Wagon makers... 
Wagon Maker... 
Harness Manuf'r 
City Marshal .... 

Carpenter 

Occulist 

Capitalist 



Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 

NE cor Plaza 

NE cor Plaza 

E side of Plaza 

E side Plaza 

SE cor Plaza & Third 
SE cor Plaza & Third 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

W side Plaza 

Fourth Street 

Mendocino Street 

Mendocino Street 

Fourth Street 

Fourth Street 



Geyser Street 

27 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
7\ m N Healdsburg. 
7|m N Healdsburg.. 
7\ m N Healdsburg.. 
7 1 m N Healdsburg.. 
6 m N Healdsburg... 
15 m NW Healdsburg.. 
29 m NW Healdsburg.. 
8 m NW Healdsburg... 

Davis Street 

Fifth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fourth Street 

Fifth Street 

Fifth Street 

Cherry Street 

Fourth Street 

Humboldt Street , 

First Street 

Healdsburg Road 

Petaluma Road 



E side Plaza. 



Fourth Street. 
Main Street..., 



Second Street. 



Third Street... 
Fourth Street. 



Third Street. 



Mendocino Street. 

Wilson Street 

Abet 3d and 4th.., 

First Street 

Sixth Street 

Mendocino Street. 
Mendocino Street- 



Laborer . . . 

Carpenter. 



Laborer 



Merchant 
Plasterer . 
Laborer .. 
Mariner... 



Farmer 

Fowl Raiser. 

Farmer 

Barber , 

Miller , 

Undertaker., 
Carpenter ..., 
Painter , 



Wilson Street 

Wilson Street 

Washington Street. 

Oak Street 

Walnut Street , 

Kentucky Street.... 

Fifth Street 

D bet 5th and 6tb.. 

Eighth Street 

Sixth Street 

Sixth Street 



Third Street. 
C Street 



Fourth and D. 

C Street 

Third Street... 

C Street 

Second Street., 



Petaluma. 
Stony Point. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Valley Ford. 
Fulton. 
Fisk'sMill. 
Fish'ns Bay. 

Geyserville. 
Pine Flat. 
Pine Flat. 
Clairville. 
Clairville. 
Clairville. 
Clairville. 
Clairville. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Healdsburg. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Oakland. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA 


AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 


195 


Name. 


Occupation. 


Place of Business. 


Kesidence. 


Town or 
Post Office 




Blacksmith 

Blacksmiths 


Washington Street 

Washington Street. ... 
Weekly Argus... 


Washington Street 

Washington Street 

Washington Street 

Union Hotel 


E Petaluma. 
E Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

N Healdsb'g. 

N Healdsb'g. 

N Healdsb'g. 

N Healdsb'g. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 




WESTON H L 


WICK J 


Tannery 


B Street 


WESTON, 

SCUDDER & CO 


Publishers 

Bankers 


Main Street 




Main Street 






Insurance Agent 
Carpenter 


Main Street 


Fourth Street 


Walker C A 


Main Street 


Howard Street 


"Williams Geo B 


Feed Store 

Paint Store 

Harness Man'fr. 
Cashier 


Main Street 


Keokuk Street 

Howard Street 


Wiswell J A 


Main Street 


Whitson Jas E 

Walker V 




Main Street 


Main Street 


Howard Street. ...» 


Walsh M 


Shoe Store 

Merchant 


Main Street 




WHITNEY A P 


Main Street 

Main Street 


Sixth and F 


Wile & Co 


Merchants 




WileM W 

Weber M 


Merchant 

Painter 


Main Street 


English Street 


Washington Street 


Keller and Washington 
Kentucky Street 






Stock Dealer 






Farmer...* 




Main Street 


Wiatt L 


Mechanic 




Main Street 


Warner W^m 


Sailor 




Kentucky Street 


Wells Dr Wm K 


Physician 

Moulder 


City Hotel Building... 


City Hotel 


Whittier T J 


Keller Street 




Trader 






Wallace J 

WardP 

Weeks Wm 


Grocer 


English Street 








Carpenter 






Winters D 

Ward T 


Laborer 




Upham Street 


Blacksmith 




West Street 


Wood S B 


Carpenter 




West Street 


Wood J W 






West Street 


Williams W J 


Shoemaker 

Hotel Prop 

Boots and Shoes. 

Blacksmith 

Physician 

Drugs & M'dse.. 
Druggist 


West Street 


West Street 


WRIGHT B C 


West Street 


West Street 


Winter B 


S side Plaza 

Plaza and Centre 

Union Hotel 

S side Plaza 


Matheson Street 


Williamson J S 


Bonham Tract 


Whitcomb Dr W 


Union Hotel 


WRIGHT & BROWN..... 
WRIGHT A 




S side of Plaza 


Sheridan Street 


Whipple E L 


Attorney 

Machine Agent- 


SE cor Plaza 


North Street 


Wheeler C C 




Matheson Street 




Laborer 




Matheson Street 


WilmottMrs C A 






Tucker Street 


Walker E 


Carpenter 




Fitch and Tucker 






WARD N 


Lumber Dealer 




Railroad Depot 


Williams P 


Blacksmith 

Merchants 


North Street 


West Street 




N side Plaza 




White C L 


N side Plaza 






Merchant 


N side Plaza 


Centre Street 


Wilber J 






North Street 


WIEBERTS G J 


Merchant 


Piper and Sheridan ... 


Piper and Sheridan 


Wertz G W 


Farmer 




Laborer 




West Street 


West E 


Miner 




Centre Street 


Wolfe AT 


Teamster 


• 


Lacum Street 


Wolfe J M 






Sheridan Street 


Williamson W T 






Johnson Street 


Wright D 








Wessel John 


Shoemaker 

Post Office 




Napa Street 


Wooster Miss M E 


S side of Plaza 

S side Plaza 


Broadway 






Weyl H 


Lumber Dealer- 


N side Plaza 






Napa Street 




WILSON & CORNELIUS 




Napa Street 




Butcher 


Napa Street 


Napa Street 


Waters J TJ 


Tinsmith ... 

Principal 


Broadway 


Broadway 




Public School 




Whitchurch W A 










N of Napa Street 

Napa Street 


WISEMAN D J 


Livery Stable.... 


Napa Street 









196 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 




Name. 


Occupation. t 


Place of Business. 


Residence. 


Town or 
PostOefice 




Watts H 


Teamster 




Main Street 


Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Valley Ford. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Fulton. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Fisk's Mill. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Timber Cove. 

Fish'ns Bay. 

Healdsburg. 

Guerneville. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Duncan's Ml. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Guerneville. 

Guerneville. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Timber Cove. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Bloomfield. 

Bloomfield. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Smith'sR'ch. 

Freestone. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Windsor. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Calistoga. 

Fulton. 

Windsor. 




Wilton T G 


Hotel 


Main Street 


Main Street 




Wordon W D 






Main Street 




"WILSON W H 


Hotel 


Main Street 






Welch Mrs M 






Pleasant Street 




Williamson Mrs 






Church Street 




White C 






Washington Street 

Main Street 




W^atson M 


Teamster 


Main Street.. 




Williamson J V 






WILLIAMS & 

McDOUALL 
"WILLIAMS G P 


Merchants 

Merchant 




Main Street 




Main Street 


Main Street 




Wilkerson W C 


Saloon 


Main Street 


Main Street 




Williams J A 




Mark West 

Fulton 


7 m NW Santa Rosa... 
5 m N W Santa Rosa.... 
Fulton Hotel 




Woodley H 






"WILSON W L 


Pro Stage Line.. 


Fulton 




Wilson Mrs M 








Willetts W H 










Williams R 


Stock Raiser 








Wakefield L 




Miller's Mill 


51 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
56 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
45 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
50 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m NW Santa Rosa.. 




Welch TC 








Wilson F 


Shoemaker 






Walk W 






Williamson M 


Farmer 






Williamson S M 


Farmer 


3 m S Healdsburg 




Wescott 






Wilbur J W 


Farmer 




8 m W Santa Rosa 

9 m W Santa Rosa 

10 m W Santa Rosa 

30 m W Santa Rosa... 
30 m W Santa Rosa... 

20 m W Santa Rosa ... 

21 m W Santa Rosa ... 
21 m W Santa Rosa ... 
21 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
21 m W Santa Rosa.... 

12 m W Santa Rosa.... 

13 m W Santa Rosa 

13 m W Santa Rosa.... 

11 m W Santa Rosa.... 
10 m NW Santa Rosa. 
10 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

1 m N W Santa Rosa.... 

2 m NW Santa Rosa... 

7 m NW Santa Rosa.... 
10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

10 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
45 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

4 m SW Santa Rosa... 

2 m S Santa Rosa 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa ... 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
16 m SW Santa Rosa... 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
14? m W Santa Rosa.. 
14^ m W Santa Rosa.. 

11 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
13 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

7 m NW Santa Rosa... 
2 m NW Santa Rosa... 

2 m N Santa Rosa 

9 m N Santa Rosa 

7 m N Santa Rosa 

7 m N Santa Rosa 

13 m NE Santa Rosa... 

5 m NW Santa Rosa.... 

12 m N Santa Rosa. ... 




Ward T M 


Farmer 

Farmer 


Green Valley 




Winkler C 




Wilson H 


Carpenter 


Duncan's Mill 




Williams F 






W^arneke C 




Russian River Road... 
Duncan's Mill Road... 




Wilkinson J 

Wormell L 


Farmer 




Laborer 




Wilkie 






Wilson J 


Laborer 

Farmer 






Wiler A 






Wilson * 

Warden , 


Laborer 






Laborer 






Wiley J W 


Farmer 






Wilson M A 


Farmer 


Healdsburg & Seb Rd 




Wallace T 






Wall T 


Farmer 






Worldridge J M 


Farmer 






Wright H 








Williams J L 








Ward 

Whaley S 


Farmer 






Farmer 






Wilson W M 


Hotel Pro 


Timber Cove 




Weatherington H 


Farmer 


4 m SE Sebastopol 

off Pet & S Rosa R'd 
2 m NW Washoe H.. 
2 m NW Washoe H.. 
1\ m N Two Rocks... 
D Street Road 




Ware P. 

"WOODWORTH P N 

Woodworth D 


Farmer 




Farmer 




Farmer 

Farmer 




WILSEY A 




Wiesi C J ., 

Westover F J. 

White Wm 


Farmer 




Farmer... 


2 m NW Petaluma... 

1 m W Bloomfield .... 

2 m W Bloomfield .... 
2J m E Bodega Corn's 
2|mE Bodega Corn's 

2 m NE Freestone.... 

3 m SE Healdsburg... 

2 m SE Windsor 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Santa Rosa Valley 

Mark West Creek 




Farmer 




Wakefield Wm 


Farmer 




Watson John 


Dairyman 




WATSON JAMES 

Ward Lewis , 

Wallace Geo W 


Farmer 




Farmer 

Teacher 




Wright F C 

Wallace J B 






Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 




WallT 




Weaver J , .„ 

W^alkeen J 








West E..... 








Wilson J ., „ 

West Wm 


Farmer 


N Fork Mark W C'k 
Mark West Creek 


, 






Wilson Robt 
















NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



197 



Name. 



Wilson H M 

White 

WINKLE SR HENRY.... 
WINKLE JR HENRY.... 

Wilson Major 

White Wm 

White John 

Ware E G 

Wohler H 

WHITMAN G W 

Watriss GE 

Whallon M 

WarfieldDr J B 

WILLIAMS J A 

William J 

Wilson P 

Walls D 

Wallis Geo 

WILSEY HENRY 

WASHOE HOUSE 

Williams E P 

Wiley A 

WALKER JOHN 

Ward John 

Wallace A C 

Wigand C 

Wigand John 

Winans D M 

WOODWORTH MRS D 

Wallace H. 

Wallace A D 

Wright W S M 

Witt A 

Williams J 

Warff D 

Woodward W 

WILLIAMS J Q 

Waugh L 

Watters G 

Willegis E 

Whitlach D F 

Watters J L 

WEBSTER S 

WISWELL N 

White Mrs 

Weatherington R M 

Wells Phillip 

Wells P 

Weeks P E 

Wilson Chas 

Wilkerson K 

Willis C H 

WALKER W J 

Wheelock 

WISE MRS O 

Wood Wm M 

WISE E 

WeidersheimH 

Wolf LH 

Whitlock J 

Windsor J 

Woods John 

Woods N 

Winder E 

Worth C 

Wisecarver J 

Weidersheim H 

Wheeler A 

Williams A 

Ward John 

Wheaton J 

Wolford S 



Occupation. 



Farmer. 

Farmer . 

Vintner. 

Vintner. 

Farmer., 

Farmer.. 

Farmer.. 

Agent ... 

Vintner . 

Vintner., 

Vintner., 

Vintner. 

Vintner. 

Vintner 

Laborer , 

Laborer. 

Agent.... 

Laborer 

Farmer.. 



Blacksmith.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel Pro 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Photographer. 
Livery Stable. 



Teacher 

Saloon , 

Hardware 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Miller 



Place of Business. 



£ m W Healdsburg.... 



Sonoma Road 

Sonoma Road 

Lakeville Road 

2 m NW Lakeville... 
2 m NW Lakeville ... 

Donahue 

Ws of Sonoma Ck ... 

Santa Rosa Road 

Hooker Vineyard 

Santa Rosa Road 

Calabassas 

Pioneer Farm 

Petaluma Road 

MainRd to Bloomfd 

Haystack Farm 

Pet & S Raf'l S R'd.. 

Liberty Farm 

Seb& Pet Road 

Sebastopol Rd 

Sebastopol Road 

Miller & Walker Rch 
Seb and Bloomf'ld Rd 
Pet& Bloomf'ld Rd.. 
Pet & Blf 'd Tel Road 
Pet & Blf'd Tel Rd... 
Pet & Seb Stage Road 
Dunham Dist School.. 
Bl'd & Pet Stage R'd 

Blucher Valley 

Seb & S Rosa Road- 
Bennett Valley 

Bennett Valley 

Cotati Ranch 

Penn's Grove 

E Pet & S Rosa Road 
E Pet & S Rosa Rd... 

NE Petaluma 

Chilian Valley Road.. 
Central Vallejo Road- 
Central Vallejo Road. 
Central Vallejo Road 
Pet & Lakeville Rd... 

l£ m E Petaluma 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 

Rincon Valley 

Willicas Valley 

Rincon Valley 

Main Street 

West Street 



Washington Street. 

West Street 

First and West 



Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek 

Pina Creek 

Pina Creek 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Cloverdale Road 

Geyserville 

Austin Creek 

Austin Creek 

Mill Creek 

Dry Creek 

Sulphur C^etk Mill. 



Residence. 



15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
15 m NW Santa Rosa.. 

24 m S Santa Rosa 

24 m S Santa Rosa 



6 m S Sonoma 

6 m S Sonoma 

22 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

17 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

19 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

14 m S Santa Rosa 

16 m SW Santa Rosa, 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

18 m S Santa Rosa 

13 mSW Santa Rosa... 



8 m SW Santa Rosa... 
8 mSW Santa Rosa... 

7 m SW Santa Rosa... 

10 m W Santa Rosa 

11 m W Santa Rosa.... 

19 m SW Santa Rosa .. 
18 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
17 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

8 m SW Santa Rosa... 
8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

8 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

2 m SW Santa Rosa ... 

3 m SE Santa Rosa .... 

9 m SE Santa Rosa 

9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 
9 m SW Santa Rosa.... 

12 m SE Santa Rosa... 

12 m SE Santa Rosa 

16 m SE Santa Rosa ... 
21 m SW Santa Rosa... 
15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

15 m SW Santa Rosa.. 

16 m SE Santa Rosa... 

20 m SE Santa Rosa ... 

17 m SE Santa Rosa... 

3J m E Santa Rosa 

7 m NE Santa Rosa.... 
7 m NE Santa Rosa .... 

4 m NE Santa Rosa.... 

5 m E Santa Rosa 

3 m E Santa Rosa 

Third Street 

West Street 

West Street 

Washington Street.... 

Third and Main 

Second and Jefferson. 

Geyser Street 

7 m N Healdsburg.... 
7 m N Healdsburg .... 

6 m NW Healdsburg 
11 m NW Healdsburg 
11 m NW Healdsburg 
11 m NW Healdsburg 



9 1 m NW Healdsburg 
Geyserville 

10 m W Healdsburg... 
10 m W Healdsburg... 
7 m W Healdsburg.... 
6 m NW Healdsburg.. 
2 m NE Cloverdale.... 



Town or 
Post Office 



H aldsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

So .a ma. 

Sonoma. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Lakeville. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Sonoma. 

Glenellen. 

Glenellen. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Pjtaluma. 

Petaluma. 



Stony Point, 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Sebastopol. 

Bloomfield. 

Two Rocks. 

Two Rocks. 

Petaluma. 

Stony Point, 

Stony Point. 

Stony Point, 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

P .cuuuia. 

P taluma. 

P ;taluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Santa Rosa. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Cloverdale. 

Geyserville, 

Healdsburg, 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Clairville, 

C -veidau. 

C urville. 
C urville. 
H aldsburg. 
H aldsburg, 
H aldsburg, 
He ildsburg, 
Cloverdale. 



198 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place or Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



WOLFORD & COMIN ... 

Wilson B 

WamboldDM 

Winder J < 

"Whitehead G C 

Walters 

Wassum J , 

Wilson John 

Walker 

Whitcomb J 

Windsor Jackson , 

Whitton WH , 

Whitehead J 

Williams R 

Warner C 

Warner E 

Waters A 

Williams Wm 

WareT 

Wilcox S : , 

Woods R 

Williams WR 

Wiley C 

Walker D W 

Westrope S 

Wilcox G 

Ward AT 

Wolf JN 

WARD JAS A 

Walters Wm 

Williams D D 

Williams G 

WyckoffGH 

Wessler H H 

Wood J D 

Waite W N 

Wicklain A 

Young Jas B 

Young RS 

YOUNG G W 

Young C , 

Young GC 

Young H 

Youle A W 

Yengling P J 

Young Wm 

Yates J W 

Yeager 1ST 

Young Geo 

Young N 

Young M 

Young N A 

Young H 

ZARTMAN "WM 

Zimmerman Geo 

Zimmerman Geo Jr 

ZARTMAN & CO 

ZANE A J 

Zane W 

Zeller H 

ZIMMERMAN F 

Zimmerman C 

Zilhart WH 



Millers 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Feed Stable 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Superintendent .. 

Miner 

Sheep Herder.... 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Miner 

Clerk 

Miner 

Miner 

Clerk 

Miner 

Miner 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Sulphur Creek. 



Oat Valley 

Geyserville 

Healdsburg 

Cloverdale Road.. 
E County Road... 

Russian River 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Calistoga Road.... 
Emma Q S Mine . 
Emma Q S Mine. 



2 m NE Cloverdale 

Cloverdale 

34 1 m NW Santa Rosa 

Geyserville 

Railroad House 

4 m N Healdsburg 

6 m SE Cloverdale 

m E Healdsburg 



Missouri Q S Mine. 
Missouri Q S Mine. 
Missouri Q S Mine. 



Main Street 

Healdsburg Road.. 
Healdsburg Road.. 
Bear Ridge Ranch. 

Dry Creek 

Healdsburg 

Cloverdale Road... 
Cloverdale Road.., 

Calistoga Road 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek , 

Dry Creek 

Dry Creek , 

Healdsburg Road. 
Napa Road 



Moulder 

Grocer 

Fruit Grower. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Stock Raiser- 
Tel Agent & Op 

Conductor 

Wagonmaker.... 

Butcher 

Butcher 

Wagon Makers.. 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Farmer ........ 

Dairyman 

Dairyman , 

Blacksmith.... 



Keller Street. 
B and Fourth 



Bennett Valley 

St Antone Creek R'd 
1$ m W Two Rocks.. 
Mark West Creek.. 



Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Napa Road 

Pine Flat Road. 
Depot 



Howard and English. 



Howard and English.. 

West Street 

West Street 

Main Street 

Chilian Valley Road- 
Chilian Valley Road.. 
Main Road 



7£ m NE • Healdsburg. 
7 J m NE Healdsburg.. 
7J m NE Healdsburg.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa 
27 m NW Santa Rosa 
27 m NW Santa Rosa. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
29 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
27 m NW Santa Rosa. 
27 m N W Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa.. 
25 m NW Santa Rosa. 

£ m S Cloverdale 

| m S Cloverdale 

29 m NW Healdsburg 
1 m W Healdsburg.... 
Sheridan and Lincoln. 

5 m N Healdsburg 

4 m N Healdsburg 

4 m N Healdsburg 

9 m NW Healdsburg... 

6 m NW Healdsburg.... 

7 m NW Healdsburg.. 

7 m NW Healdsburg.. 

2$ m S Cloverdale 

1 m E Geyserville 

Mendocino Street 

Baker Street 

Fifth Street 

B and Fourth 

Napa Street 

8 m SE Santa Rosa 

19 m SW Santa Rosa.. 
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Cloverdale. 

Clairville. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Cloverdale. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

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Pine Flat. 

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Petaluma. 

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Santa Rosa. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Santa Rosa. 

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Cloverdale. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

Healdsburg. 

Healdsburg. 

Sonoma. 

Petaluma. 

Petaluma. 

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SAN FRANCISCO 

Employment Office, 

606 CLAY STREET, 



CHOSETT & CO., Proprietors. 

(Successors to Wm. Yale fy Co.) 



Having purchased the San Francisco Employment 
Office, formerly owned and conducted by us, we hope 
to merit and regain the Patronage heretofore extended 
to us. Our thorough knowledge of the business, and 
wants of our customers and the public, enables us to fill 
all orders with the best of help, and with promptness 
and dispatch. 

Especial pains taken to obtain suitable help, male 
or female, to fill orders, for either city or country. 

Farmers promptly supplied with First-Class Hands 



SOS Olst/y Street. 



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is unsurpassed by that of any hotel in the city. 

Attention to the comfort of our guests, our chief motto. 

Gentlemanly and obliging clerks, attentive and courteous waiters, will 
always be found in our Hotel. 

GIVE US A CALL AND JDDGE FOR YOURSELVES. 

The AMERICAN EXCHANGE COACH, with Red Lights, will be 
at the Wharf and Depots, to convey passengers to the Hotel, Free. 

Our runners wear silver badges on left breast, with the name of the house 
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A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF 



Mendocino County 



Incidents of Travel, Adventures, Etc. 



In the year 1542, Juan Kodriguez Cabrillo, a Portuguese by birth, then in the Spanish service, sailed 
from a port in Mexico northward, and discovered what is now known as California. He followed the coast 
and discovered a promontory which he named Cape Mendoza, in honor of the viceroy of Mexico. This 
headland is now known as Cape Mendocino, and the County we are about to describe was named after it. 
Mendocino County is bounded on the north by Humboldt and Trinity; on the east by Lake, Tehama and 
Colusa; on the west by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by Sonoma; covers an area of about 4,800 
square miles, (being nearly eighty miles long by an average of sixty miles in width), and was organized in 
1859, As will be seen, it is much larger than any of the Counties we have described, containing about 
2,000,000 acres of land, one-fourth of which is fit for cultivation; the remainder, excepting a small portion 
suitable for grazing, consists of mountains and forests. It is one of the best watered Counties in the State 
and one of the greatest lumber and timber districts of California, having immense forests composed of red- 
wood, fir, and pine, of different species, live oak, maple and laurel trees. 

The climate is considerably cooler and more moist than that of Sonoma, Lake and Napa Counties; snow 
falls during winter, but to no great extent. In general, the temperature is equable, the sudden changes occur- 
ing in the neighborhood of San Francisco being very rare, and the climate of the whole County is very 
healthy. 

The population numbers 6,591 — 3,569 males and 3,022 females; and is steadily increasing. The County 
is divided into 40 school districts, having 42 schools — 3 first-class, 11 seeond, 28 third grade — attended, dur- 
ing 1873, by 1,814 children, 1,810 white and 4 Indian. 

The chief resources of wealth are stock-raising, farming and the lumber trade; the latter, by far the 
most important, furnishes employment to a great number of the male portion of the population. Cereals, 
potatoes and different kinds of fruit are raised, but not exported in any large quantities except potatoes. 
In mining, beyond some placer digging in 1864, nothing very important has been done, some ledges of 
copper, silver and gold-bearing quartz were found, but little to speak of was extracted. Lately a coal vein 
was discovered, and also some cinnabar deposits located; these being as yet undeveloped, we cannot speak 
of the probable results. 

Numerous mineral springs exist in the County; their reputation, however, has yet to be made. "When 
the means of communication are more rapid and comfortable, and the quality of the waters sufficiently 
tested, they may also become a source of wealth. 

The taxable property of Mendocino County is $5,250,000. 

The Indians, still numerous in Mendocino County, are not over friendly to the whites ; they live on a 
Government reservation containing a large area of good land, and support themselves. They commit no 
depredations, and, so long as left to themselves and not provoked, are not dangerous. 

"We will make an excursion through Mendocino County, and besides giving our readers a correct des- 
cription of all we see as we pass through the different towns, will endeavor to find time for a bear hunt. 

Gualala, the point we have reached, as stated on concluding our description of Sonoma County, a very 
pretty site, situated near the county line, at the mouth of the Gualala Kiver, has a population of 188 — 123 
males and 65 females — and is an important shipping point for lumber, railroad ties and posts. Here is a 
very large lumber mill, a hotel, a post-office, and several cottages. There is also a ferry at this point to 
cross the Gualala Eiver. We follow the coast road on Nature's sea-wall, that is to say, on the cliffs girding 
the Pacific Ocean, and reach Punta Arenas, (Point of Sands) 15 miles north-west from Gualala, and 65 
miles southwest of TJkiah, the County-seat. 

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202 Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 

Punta Arenas is the third town of importance in Mendocino County, has a population of 457 — 275 
males, 182 females— and is a shipping point for the extensive lumber mills in the vicinity. It is quite a 
business centre. There are a number of stores, shops and private dwellings. 

The principal agricultural product (potatoes) is shipped from here in large quantities. The landing at 
this point is called Kough and Keady Landing, probably because the ocean is usually rough, and the land- 
ing, consequently, difficult. The roadstead is only sheltered on one side, and the swell usually heavy. 
This is a splendid place for sea-bathing, and those who desire to swim in plenty of sea-room can be easily 
accomodated. "We follow the same road in the same direction, and reach Cony's Cove, a town composed 
of a way-house, a saloon, a blacksmith's shop and a general store. This is another potato district, and also 
a shipping point for posts, railroad ties and lumber. The mode of loading lumber here, as at all other 
points along the coast, is done by means of chutes extending from the high bank over the water, with a 
degree of depression to allow the lumber to slide easily to the vessels below. 

Coffy's Cove is 10 miles north-west from Punta Arenas, and 55 miles south-west of Ukiah. "We will 
now proceed to Navarro Eidge, distant 5 miles north-west from Coffy's Cove, and 50 miles west of Ukiah. 
At this station there is a very good hotel, a store, and a large lumber mill. The location is very beautiful. 
To the west the broad expanse of the Pacific, and toward the east a country bristling with stately redwood 
trees. Navarro mill is situated on the bank of Navarro Kiver, at its mouth, and is very favorably located. 
There is good trout-fishing in the neighborhood, and the gentlemanly proprietor of the hotel is always 
ready to conduct his guests to the most favored spots where fish abound, free of charge. 

Since leaving Gualala we visited two large lumber mills, and it may not be out of place to mention 
them. The Gualala Steam Mill, situated on the Gualala Kiver, owned by Messrs. Haywood & Harmon ; 
and the Navarro Steam Mill, owned by Messrs. Tichenor & Bixbey. Both have a very large capacity and 
turn out immense quantities of lumber. The agricultural products of this section consist mainly of hay, 
oats and potatoes. Vegetables are also grown but only for local consumption. The climate of this locality 
is very equable, the only disagreeable feature being the high winds and fogs which sweep in from the ocean 
with great force. We passed the night at this point. The hotel is spacious, the rooms very neat, the table 
excellent, and the stable is well appointed. 

Mr. Severance, the proprietor of the hotel, exerts himself to make hia guests comfortable, and always 
succeeds in making them feel at home while under his roof. 

We leave early in the morning and keep the same direction, passing the Albion Mill, an extensive 
establishment, situated at the mouth of the Albion River, three miles from Navarro Ridge. The mill was not 
working at the time and the settlement reminded us of Goldsmith's Deserted Village — nobody to be seen in 
the neighborhood. The mill is the property of McPherson & Wetherbee and will be in operation again 
shortly. These gentlemen also own the hotel and store at this point. We proceed two miles further to 
Little River, another shipping point for lumber. The Mill, owned by Coombs & Perkins, was destroyed by 
fire some time since, but is now being rapidly rebuilt and will shortly again be running. The mill is said 
to be in one of the most favorable localities of the whole County, both for receiving the timber and shipping 
the lumber. The roadstead of Little River is one of the safest. The best shipping points are the Albion 
and Noyo Rivers, because vessels can enter these streams and find a secure and sheltered anchorage. Little 
River is quite a lively settlement; there are three hotels, two stores, one of which is conducted by the mill 
proprietors, and a number of private houses; some of the latter are very handsome. The business men of 
the locality are very enterprising and active. The town is favorably located and shows signs of prosperity. 
The population of Little River is 232 — 145 males and 87 females — mostly engaged in the lumber business, 
which is the source of wealth of this locality. We continue our journey in the same direction and reach 
Mendocino City, the principal sea-port town of the County. It has a population of 911 — 572 males, 339 
females — is situated on the north shore of Mendocino Bay, at the mouth of Big River, 128 miles from San 
Francisco and 43 miles north-west of Ukiah. It is the shipping point for a large lumber region and for 
the products of the interior valleys of the County. 

Mendocino City is a very pretty and thriving town. There are different classes of stores, good hotels, 
(one very large One called the City Hotel) a bank and other places of business. The Mendocino Lumber 
Mill, the largest establishment of the kind in the County, erected at a cost of $60,000 is located here, and 
has a cutting capacity of about 90,000 feet of lumber per day. The shipping facilities for the lumber are 
very complete. Mendocino City is a very pleasant summer resort; there is good hunting and fishing in the 
immediate vicinity. The City Hotel is very well kept, the rooms are large, superbly furnished; and the table 
is excellent. In fact, in point of comfort and completeness in all departments, it is unsurpassed by any 
hotel in the interior. The view from the balcony is magnificent, especially at sunset, as it faces the 
west. There is also a very good stable attached to the hotel where horses receive excellent care. We re- 
mained at Mendocino City for two days and must say that our time was passed very pleasantly and we 
were highly pleased with our visit in point of amusement, comfort and acquaintances formed. 



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From Mendocino City we proceed northerly over the coast road for a distance of five miles, and reach 
Casper, on Casper Creek, near its confluence with the Pacific Ocean. This is a small town, prettily located, 
having a population of 263 — 168 males and 95 females. 

It is principally supported by the lumber interests, there being an extensive mill owned by J. G. Jack- 
son, furnishing employment to a large number of men. The business portion of this point is represented by one 
store, owned by the mill, a good hotel, called the Anderson House, a blacksmith shop and several 
saloons. 

From here we go to Noyo, situated seven miles north from Casper, at the mouth of the Noyo River. 
It has a population of 292 — 189 males and 103 females. 

Noyo is supported by the lumbermen, and there is a very extensive lumber mill at this point, owned 
by McPherson & Wetherboe. At this mill the plank on exhibition at the Agricultural Department, in 
Washington, was cut. It measures seven feet five inches in width, by 12 feet in length, and four inches in 
thickness, and is one of the largest planks ever cut in any part of the world by a saw-mill. 

Near the Noyo River is located Fort Bragg, one of the early military stations of California. The 
buildings form a hollow square, and cover an area of several acres. The fort is now private property, is 
not inhabited at present, and the buildings begin to show signs of decay. Fort Bragg is situated in the 
heart of the forest, in a very fine location, but wears a very deserted aspect. 

From here we go through the 10-Mile River District in a northerly direction, and come to Kibesillah, 
distant 13 miles from Noyo, and 70 miles north-west of Ukiah. The first few miles were over a new road 
through a dense but young forest; and we forded the 10-Mile River on the sea beach. This is a very danger- 
ous crossing, for the river must be forded at low tide, otherwise it is next to impossible; several people have 
perished at this point. The remainder of the road runs quite close to the beach, where every swell from the 
ocean bathes the wheels of our vehicle. Kibesillah has a population of 113 — 62 males and 51 females — 
and is a small village, supported by the farmers, lumbermen and dairymen. There are quite a number of 
extensive dairies and large potato fields in the vicinity. The place also commands the trade of Bear Har- 
bor, at the northern end of the County — a cattle-raising district. "We were told that a firm is about to build 
a lumber chute here, and make it a shipping point. A gentleman who was formerly a professor of rhetoric 
'in one of the Eastern colleges, is a storekeeper here; a former lawyer is a hotel proprietor; and a gentleman 
who formerly occupied a high position in the naval service is devoting his time to the cultivation of "spuds/' 
and his leisure hours to the office of Justice of the Peace. Such is life ! 

We had the pleasure of making the acquaintance of the naval officer, and found him to be a gentleman 
of high culture and social attainments. 

There are two hotels at this point, also a store and a blacksmith shop. We passed the night here. Our 
host made us comfortable and attended to our wants in a very satisfactory manner. We now leave the 
coast and proceed easterly over a very difficult mountain road, through a dense forest for a distance of 25 
miles, and reach Cahto, 45 miles north of Ukiah. We passed numerous logging camps, several lumber 
mills and places where bark was being stripped from the trees for the use of tanneries. The trees along the 
whole road are enormous, some of them over 300 feet high, all straight and erect, with no branches for 100 
feet above the roots. Cahto has only a small population. The whole place, so to say, is owned by Messrs. 
Simpson & White, who have a saw-mill, a dairy with about 200 cows, a hotel, a general store with a large 
stock, a blacksmith shop and an entire section of timber lands. They employ a number of Indians about 
the place, and are lords of all they survey. These gentlemen have very fine private residences and enter- 
tain their visitors in princely style. Messrs. Simpson & White left the State of Louisiana together for 
Mexico, a number of years ago, with the intention of seeking their fortune. Chance brought them to Cali- 
fornia. They have always remained together, and all they possess they earned together, and during the 
whole term of their partnership have never had a disagreeable word. This is probably an instance of true 
and lasting friendship without parallel. Cahto is in the centre of a stock-raising community; the land in 
the vicinity is well adapted to agricultural pursuits, but the means of communication are so difficult that the 
crops could not be brought to a market, except at an expense so great that the transportation would cost 
more than the value of the crops. This being a splendid hunting-ground, we had already informed our 
friends thereof, telling them to meet us here instead of Ukiah, and we to-day had the pleasure of welcoming 
them at the hotel, in good health and excellent spirits, ready for a bear or any other game. Our friends 
were well^supplied with rifles and ammunition, and we did not require much time to make our preparations. 
This done, we passed a very agreeable evening, relating all the little anecdotes and tales we had heard dur- 
ing our trip, they giving us a full account of their travels since leaving them at Lakeport. It was late when 
we retired to rest, and after a few hours of refreshing sleep, we took a good breakfast, and are ready for the 
start. We heard of a man living a few miles from here who had lost a number of sheep through the in- 
cursions of a bear, and have procured a guide to conduct us to the place. We begin our expedition, four 
together, besides the guide, each mounted upon a mustang. After following a wagon-road for a distance of 
eight miles, we strike a trail leading toward Humboldt County. 



204 L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OP 

Now the hardship begins. The trail is a very narrow and difficult one, and our friends are not partial 
to horse riding. After a very tedious ride of several hours we finally reach the sheep rancho in question, 
and find that the proprietor was just about to start in pursuit of " Bruin " himself, he having lost another 
sheep during the previous night. Seeing so many hunters together, he concluded to join the party, we 
leaving our horses and guide at the house. After an hour of anxious searching we came upon the bear's 
tracks. Our friends having several hundred pounds of avordupois to carry in the hot sun, already high in 
the heavens, desired to sit down for a while, we continuing to follow the tracks. Fearing to lose us in the 
dense undergrowth they almost immediately followed, and after a fruitless search of four hours we came to 
the conclusion that "Bruin" had taken an extraordinarily long after-breakfast walk. Our corpulent 
friends now vehemently protested against further climbing for the present, and we were also tired; so it was 
agreed to take a rest and prepare a little lunch. 

We sought out a favorable spot on a little knoll, divested ourselves of coats and vests, placing them 
together with our arms, like inexperienced and badly-schooled hunters, under a tree about 20 yards distant. 
A fire was kindled, and soon the fragrance of our coffee was mingling with the resinous odor of the pines. 
Pipes were .brought forth, and we were enjoying a quiet smoke while awaiting the announcement that 
luncheon was ready. We had just seated ourselves preparatory to an attack upon the viands, when a cry 
caused us to look up. We beheld the largest gentleman of the party, who had just absented himself from 
our midst, closely pursued by a large Grizzly, which had already succeeded in removing the most necessary 
portion of his nether garment. Our ally, the Rancher, with a presence of mind to which our friend owes 
his present well-being, seized a heavy stone with which he dealt the bear a powerful blow, diverting the at- 
tack to himself. The entire party now scattered, the motto for the moment being " Sauve qui pent! " The 
desire of each was now two-fold — 'to avoid the bear and reach the weapons. Meanwhile, being somewhat 
bewildered by our number, not knowing whom to follow, his Bearship was making rare sport of our do- 
mestic arrangements. At length one of the party reached the guns and hastily snatched one, leveled it and 
fired. Nervousness or inexperience with the use of the weapon prevented accuracy of aim, and with 
an angry growl and a slight limp, denoting the trifling nature of the wound, the bear started in the 
direction of the shot. 

The leader of our party, whom our readers will understand to be the Rancher, was running for his gun, 
having had no previous opportunit3 T , the bear having been between him and the place of its deposit. He 
was yet some distance away, when the bear, smarting from his wound, and growling ferociously, turned in 
his direction. 'Our leader was consequently between the guns and the bear, closely pursued. 
He had, however, a good chance for escape, being unusually active, when his foot came in contact with a 
root or running vine, and he was precipitated to the ground. How every heart beat at that moment! 
Paralyzed with horror, each stood rooted to the ground, unable to move. Before he could possibly arise, the 
bear would be upon him, and one blow from that powerful paw would end his existence or lacerate him to 
such an extent as to render him a cripple for life. But just as the bear is about to close with him, a man 
without coat, vest or hat, and showing signs of having himself been roughly handled, rushes forward with 
a rapidity which affords us no time for recognition. Hesitating not a moment, he throws himself before the 
prostrate form, and ere the bear can clasp him, buries his knife in the animal's heart. With two or three 
rapid plunges of his keen knife, he finishes the encounter. Both go down together; the hero and our rescued 
leader are stained with the blood of the victim. We all approached to see the man who had done this noble 
deed, when what was our surprise to see our own comrade and friend, the brave W.,who had no fear on the 
battle-field of Sedan and did not flinch to-day, but awaited the favorable moment to approach our common 
foe. We were glad to see no one hurt beyond a few scratches, and promptly proceeded to skin the bear, 
which, under the guidance of the rancher, was soon accomplished. In a short time, our cooking utensils 
and hastily abandoned luncheon were once more arranged, and a bear steak was added to the choice morsels 
in course of preparation. Everything in readiness, we partook of a hearty meal, in the course of which 
Mr. W. explained to us that he had acquired this mode of finishing his game on the occasion of hunting 
the boar in Europe. Toward sundown we returned to Cahto and passed a very agreeable evening, marred 
only by the fact, that although Mr. W. had secured a magnificient bear skin, his wearing apparel was de- 
fective in one essential point, so that he would be obliged to remain at Cahto until a messenger could be 
sent to Ukiah to procure from his valise a garment, for none sufficiently ample could be obtained here. We 
tried to patch and mend and even called to our aid the services of a good tailoress, (there being no tailor in 
the neighborhood), but to no avail; the cloth was literally torn into shreds and could hold no stitches. Our 
friends informed us that they would remain here for a few days and then proceed to Santa Rosa, where, 
upon our return, we would meet them. 

Before continuing our journey we will describe Cahto Valley and Long Valley: 

Cahto Valley is small, but very beautiful. It is well adapted to the growth of cereals and fruit of all 
kinds. We had an opportunity to try some strawberries and gladly admit that they were among the best 
we ever tasted in California. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



205 



Long "Valley runs north and south, connecting with Cahto Valley, and is principally adapted to stock- 
raising. It is larger than Cahto Valley and contains some excellent farming lands. 

The climate of this locality is very healthy and free from the harsh winds of the Ocean, but pretty 
cold in the winter. 

"We leave early in the morning to continue our journey, and travel in an southerly direction for a dis- 
tance of 14 miles, and reach Sherwood Valley, made up of numerous detached valleys, among the timber 
and hills. This iB a good grazing district, and contains several fine farms. L. C. Tuttle keeps a way- 
house here; the building is entirely built of wood worked out by hand — the beams, planks and even the 
shingles. 

The forest in this locality is very dense; the trees are of extraordinary height and thickness. Some 
portions of this district are yet unexplored, and the sun never penetrates. 

There are several lumber mills in the vicinity; one of them is owned by H. T. Hatch, and is located 28 
miles north-west of Ukiah. 

We continue in a southerly direction and reach Willitsville, in Little Lake Valley, distance 9 miles 
from Sherwood Valley, and 22 miles north of Ukiah. Little Lake Valley contains about 40 farms, and is 
a very rich agricultural district. The principal products are hay and cereals. Willitsville, named after 
Mr. Willit, is a small settlement with a thin population ; it has two good hotels, two general stores, and a 
number of private dwellings. One hotel is kept by Brown & Tuttle the other by Mr. Bsechtel ; both are 
celebrated throughout the entire County, and considered to be of the best country hotels in the State. We 
now pass through Scott's Valley, a rich farming district, 25 miles north of Ukiah. There is a good hotel 
kept by G. W. Coates, and a number of farm-houses. We proceed in a north-easterly direction over a very 
rough road, for a distance of 45 miles from Willitsville, and reach Covelo, in Bound Valley. Eound Val- 
ley covers an area of nearly 50 square miles, and is the largest valley of this portion of the County. It 
was first settled in 1856 by Government employe's. The land is very fertile, and this is considered to be the 
best pastoral district in the coast range. To get to this point we were obliged to swim our horses across Eel 
River, and ourselves and buggy were transferred in a boat. Covelo is a small town having a population of 
360 — 210 males and 150 females. There are several stores, a hotel, where we passed the night, and a num- 
ber of saloons. The place is supported by the neighboring farmers. 

We also passed through Eden Valley — a very pretty spot ; the scenery is very romantic, the hills being 
well timbered. 

We pass by the Eel Eiver House, situated in a very romantic little spot, half-way between Ukiah and 
Round Valley. The hotel is a very good one, and is the stopping-place of the stage between Ukiah and 
Round Valley. We now move southward, over a very good road for a distance of 12 miles, to Centreville, 
situated in Potter Valley, 18 miles north of Ukiah. 

Centreville is a small village supported by the neighboring farming community, and has one hotel, a 
general store and a blacksmith's shop. Erom here we go in the same direction for a distance of 2 miles, 
and reach Porno. We omitted to state that Potter Valley covers an area of 14 square miles, and contains 
several thousand acres of excellent corn land. It was named after Potter Brothers, who settled here about 
21 years ago. 

Porno is a little village (with a population of 120 — 78 males and 42 females) in Potter Valley. There 
are two general stores, two hotels, a blacksmith and wagon shop. A very deserving widow lady, Mrs. 
Partin, keeps the best hotel in the place, and we can safely recommend her house to the traveling public. 
Although modest in appearance, the house is very comfortable, and kept neat and clean. The table is very 
good, and polite attentions are bestowed upon the guests. 

On the west branch of the Russian River, 8 miles north of Ukiah, lies Redwood Valley; just south of 
it is the town of Calpella, which for some time disputed honors with Ukiah, having been ambitious to be 
selected as the County-seat; the triumph of Ukiah was followed by the decline of Calpella. Calpella is 
now owned by Mrs. DeWolf, who has laid out streets and squares, and offers land to settlers at low rates. 
At present there is a hotel, several houses and a blacksmith's shop, which compose the village. We now 
proceed southerly for a distance of 8 miles, and reach Ukiah, the County-seat and largest town of Mendo- 
cino County. 

Ukiah, from the Indian " Yo Kaya," was laid out in 1858, has a population of 1,451 — 841 males and 
610 females — and is situated in a beautiful valley of the same name. The climate is very healthy, and the 
town is very well built. Among the fine buildings we will mention the Court House, erected at a cost of 
$40,000, A. P. Petit, of Santa Rosa, being the architect and builder. Ukiah stands close to a forest — some 
of the streets run into it. The trees are cleared away as ^necessity for more room requires. All kinds of 
business and the professions are represented. 

The town is a brisk commercial centre, and the inhabitants are active and enterprising. Ukiah is con- 
nected by stage lines with Cloverdale, Big River, Noyo, etc., and a telegraph line has just been completed. 
The private residences of this town are very tasteful and comfortable, and the locality shows signs of pros- 
perity. 



206 Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OP 

Ukiah Valley is the largest in Mendocino County; it is also one of the prettiest and most productive. 
It covers an area of 20,000 acres and produces large crops of cereals, hay and fruit. Besides there are about 
25,000 sheep owned in this locality. 

This is also a very fine locality for growing hops. About 150 acres are devoted to this at present. The 
income from this product is about $75,000 per annum, the labor being chiefly performed by Indians. 

"We now come to Anderson Valley, a rich, well settled farming district, which contains two small 
villages, Christine and Booneville. Both are supported by the neighboring community and are thriving 
settlements. 

From here we go to Knight Valley, a very fertile tract of land, devoted entirely to the growing of hay 
and cereals. Here we met Messrs. Knight and Long who kindly furnished us information. The former 
showed us, among other things, a very good looking cinnabar ledge on his farm. 

We now reach' Sanel, situated in Sanel Valley, 14 miles south from Ukiah. Sanel Valley is devoted 
to sheep and stock-raising. There are about 11,000 sheep in this Valley and large quantities of wool raised. 
It covers about 4,000 acres. Sanel is a small village, supported by the farmers of the locality. It contains 
a way-house, a saloon and a blacksmith shop. There are many wealthy farmers in this locality and to the 
casual visitor everything appears to be in a thriving condition. We wish to add that there are 95 acres of hops 
in Sanel Valley, producing an income of $47,500 annually. The Valley is a very productive one, the soil 
being of an average depth of six feet. 

On the left of Sanel Valley is McDowell Valley, a very productive tract of land, devoted to farming 
and sheep-raising. The surroundings are very pretty and the climate healthy. 

In speaking of Ukiah, we omitted to mention the Vichy Soda Spring. It is three miles east of the 
town, in a very beautiful location. The approach offers some of the most wild, sublime scenery we have 
yet beheld. The hotel at the Spring is kept by Mrs. Pardon, and is very well patronized. 

We now continue on our homeward trip to Cloverdale; thence to Santa Kosa, where we deliver our 
horses, meet our friends and bid our readers farewell. 

In conclusion, Mendocino County will, in time, become one of the most important Counties of the 
State. Its resources are not yet developed, with the exception of the lumber interests. There being no 
railroad communication within the County, nor with the outside world, the farming interest languishes. 
The inhabitants clamor for railroads, and it will not be long ere their voice is heard and their wish fulfilled. 
Then a visit to Ukiah, a bear hunt in the dense forests of Mendocino, or a week of sea-bathing at 
Mendocino City, will be an easily accomplished and comfortable pleasure trip. 



We have now completed our trip through Napa, Lake, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, carrying our 
readers to every point of interest. No doubt there are certain localities and unimportant places that we 
have not described. On the whole, we flatter ourselves sufficiently to believe that the general points of 
every place spoken of are correct; at least, we have endeavored to avoid being led into error, and have been 
careful to exaggerate nothing. 

Our readers, more especially those acquainted with the different localities, may be the judges and we 
shall abide by their verdict. 

To say that our work is perfect in all particulars would be presumptive; we believe, however, to have 
filled a long felt want in the Directory line, and hope that it will meet the expectations of our numerous 
patrons. 

Kespectfully, 

THE PUBLISHER. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



207 



RESUME OF POPULATION OF MENDOCINO COUNTY. 



PLACES 


Males 


Females 


Total 


Ukiah City 


841 
534 
275 
210 
189 
168 
145 
123 
62 
78 

944 


610 
302 

.182 
150 
103 
95 
87 
65 
51 
42 

1,335 


1,451 
836 
457 
360 
292 
263 
232 
188 
113 
120 

2,279 


Mendocino City 


Covelo 


Noyo 

Casper 

Little River 


Gualala 


Kibesillah 

Porno 


Farming Community and Small "| 
Villages J 


Total 


3,569 


3,022 


6,591 



HENRY'S HOTEL 

COAST ROAD, 

45 MILES N. W. OF SANTA ROSA, 

Sonoma Co., Cal. 



One of the Best Way-Side Houses to 
be found in the County. 



Comfort, Good Living and Convenience 
are found here in absolute conjunction. 



AN EXCELLENT TABLE. 

Well-Furnished Apartments 

AND 

liMnpious Bell® 



H. F. Shulte. 



W. H. Smith. 



D. C. Nicoll. 



NICOLL, SMITH L SHULTE 

Blacksmiths 



M, 



4:th St., near Depot, Santa Rosa, 

SONOMA CO., CAL. 



Wagons of any description made to order, Wood 
and Iron work done in a superior manner. Our 
facilities enable us to do justice to "ironing," 
however heavy or light the work may be re- 
quired. Especial attention and care given to 
" finishing,' ' every job being carefully supervised 
before leaving the shop. 

Connected with the establishment is a Horse- 
Shoeing department, where care will be taken in 
shoeing, to avoid interfering. 

We have also a Paint and Trimming Shop, and 
will promise work of this nature shall be equal, if 
not superior, to that of any shop in the County. 



208 



L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIEECTOKY OF 



D. D. DAVISSON, 

Real Estate Agent 

WEST SIDE PLAZA, 



Eg 



Prompt attention given to tie Sale ana Purchase of 

FARMS. CITY LOTS W GRAZING LANDS 



^mAWm ITBOOTXATED. 



Prices of good Agricultural well-located Lands 

No. 1 Lands (Loam or Free Soil), Im- 
proved $100 00 per acre. 

No. 2 Lands (Adobe and Loam mixed), 

Improved 60 00 " 

No. 3 Lands, Improved 80 00 " 

GRAZING LAND: 
No. 1 Valley Grazing Land, fully im- 
proved #20 00 per acre. 

No. 2 Hill Grazing Land, improved 5 00 " 

No. 3 Hill Grazing Land 125 " 

Approximation of Cost, Production and Profit 
of Wheat Cultiyation. 

Plowing per acre, $1 75 

Seed (lOOftg at 2c.) " 2 00 

Sowing " 10 

Harrowing " 50 

Rolling " 25 

Heading " 1 60 

Threshing (30 bushels at 10c. per bushel) " 3 00 

Hauling to landing per ton 1 50 

Bagging (30 bushels at 7c. per bushel) 2 10 

Sewing Sacks, %c. per bushel ^ 15 

Total cost $12 95 

(Average price for Wheat, $1.70.) 

30 bushels— 1800tt>s., 60ft>s. per bushel— at $1.70 $30 60 

Deducting cost of production 12 95 

Net profit per acre $17 65 



Approximation of Cost and Production 
Vineyards. 

First Year: 

Cost of Vineyard Land per acre 

" Rooted Vines " 

Planting 

Plowing " 

" Harrowing " 

" Plowing " 

" Harrowing " 

Cultivating 

" Hoeing " 

" Suckering '« 

" Pruning " 



Of 



$50 00 

3 40 

3 20 

2 33 

50 

2 33 

50 

75 



75 



Total $70 16 

Second Year : 
Only additional cost is 85c. more per acre for pruning. 
Cost of Pruning per acre $1 60 

Third Year : 

Cost of Pruning. per acre $ 3 20 

Staking " 13 40 

" Rope for tying, 1700 feet " 

One-half the cost of cultivation to be met by the crop. 
Fourth Year: 

Entire expense of cultivation to be met by the crop. 
Fifth Year : 

One acre in bearing, worth $400. 

Production : 6000K>s. per acre after the fifth year, until 
the tenth. After the tenth year, the increase is very 
much enhanced. This variety, viz., Zinfindel, sells read- 
ily at $30 per ton; Mission Grapes, $20. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 209 

UKIAH LUMBER TARB, 

Adjoining Sloper's Hotel, 



ws^i a&dsuei:« ww&v &&M& 



I am prepared to Manufacture and Furnish all kinds 

of Redwood and Fir 

Building Material, 



*-^=* I^sTOIjTJIDI^TC3- *=^-> 



RUSTIC, SURFACED, SIMM, MATCHES, 

Flooring and Ceiling^ 

BATTENS, LATHS, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS & PICKETS, 

Plain and Fancy Pointed, 

All of a Superior Quality. 



ROUGH LUMBER will be delivered in Ukiah for $20 
and $22 per 1,000. 

Shall keep on hand and furnish to order, DOORS, 
WINDOWS and BLINDS, LIME, Plaster and Hair. 



ALL ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Hay and Grain taken in Exchange for Lumber, 

A LIBERAL DISCOUNT MADE TO PARTIES PAYING GASH WITHIN THIRTY DAYS. 



LUMBER YARD ADJOINING SLOPER'S HOTEL, UKIAH. 

Mill situated 16 miles North- West from Ukiah, 
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SEASONED LUMBER CAN BE FOUND. 



TAPPING REEVES, Proprietor, 



27 



210 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



R. WHITE 



J. P.SIMPSON. 








3^ DEALERS IN ^§£) 



rz 



General Merchandise 



<-^=? -rf^TSTZD ^^> 



Canto, Mendocino Co., CaL 



CROCKERY WARE, BROOMS, WOODEN WARE, 



Boots and Shoes* Clothing, Patent Medicines, Tobacco, 

GLASS, HARDWARE, TINWARE, 

Paints and Oils, All kinds of Lamps, 



Of all Descriptions, Siding, Flooring, Shingles, Framing 
of all kinds, Joists, &c. 

W@@>1 Um^lk^ iteming, 

OUTFITS FOR SHEEP HERDERS, 

Everything Aprtainiig to all kinds of Business. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



211 



W. H. H. Thompson. 



A. W. Thompson. 





PSO 





o 



MEAOHAM'S OLD STAND, 

NEXT DOOR m GIB SON & ANDERSON'S, 



9 




mm ®ot 



5> 



MEN. CO., CAL^ 



VARIETY, 

BOOK 4k. SOflOH 

©TORE. 



AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF ALL THE 



A LARGE STOCK OP 

Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, "Willow "Wagons, 
Willow Baskets and Chairs, Bird Cages, Japanese 
Ware, Toys, Toilet Articles, Pictures, Traveling Bags, 
Cutlery, etc., etc. 

A LARGE, SUPERIOR STOCK OP 

CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES, 



» <£»/« m>% 






C2^ALS0^£D 

HB 3XTE"WS DE 

For all Daily Papers, Magazines and Periodicals. 
OAXiIj ! O-A. 



212 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



J. NESTLER, W. F. WHITNEY. 

WHITNEY & NESTLER, 

STANDLEY STREET, UKIAH CITY, GAL 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

MIES, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, 

SADDLE WARE, ETC. 




The above firm would respectfully invite all desiring to purchase to call 
and examine their stock of Saddles, Harness, etc. Among the advantages 
offered by our firm are the following : 

You have the Largest and (Best Assorted Stock in the County to 

select from. 
Our entire Stock is Home=Made ; none but the (Best Materials being 

used, and its 

DURABILITY IS GUARANTEED. 

The running expenses of our business are light, material is purchased at 
lowest cash rates, and we, as a consequence, cannot be* undersold. "We have 
full sets of Harness of all kinds, and all varieties of Saddles constantly on 
hand. 

CARRIAGE TRIMMING OF EVERY VARIETY NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. 



All kinds of JOBBING and MENDING executed with dispatch. 



CALL, SEE what we have, and PURCHASE 
AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 213 



G. W. GIBSON. JAMES ANDEKSON. 



iJpotf 



DEALERS 1ST 



Groceries, Dry Goods, 

CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, 



HARDWARE, 

And General Merchandise 



ALSO ENGAGED IN BUYING 

WOOL AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. 



We have constantly on hand a good assortment of 

PINE CASTER BEAVER SUITS. 

A Large Assortment of 

DOMESTICS AND SHEETINGS OF BEST QUALITY. 



Canned Fruits, Oysters, Jellies, Sardines, 

And everything pertaining to the Grocery Business. 



Cor. State and Smith Sts., Ukiah City. 



214 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



PHILO TUTTLE. 



W. L BROWN. 







BROWN & TUTTLE, 

PROPRIETORS. 
WILLITSVILLE, MENDOCINO COUNTY, CAL. 



We would respectfully announce to our friends and the traveling public 
that having furnished our House with 



our larder with the 



m 



SOLIDS AND DELICACIES OF THE SEASON, 

and stocked our bar with the very 



We are now prepared to accommodate guests as they have never before been 

entertained in this county. 



I^refy, ^eed kqd $kle $t£tMe 



CONNECTED WITH 




THE HOTEL 



"Wliere Stools: -will receive Xlcxe Best of Care. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



215 



H. & C. HOFMAN, 



DEALEBS IN 



Hardware. Poors. Windows 



AND MOTJLDHSTGS, 




©£@¥HIN#» HA¥§„ ©AP 



9 «»«»» ^S> 
BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Queensware, Groceries, etc. 



t> 



FURS AND PRODUCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION TAKEN IN TRADE. 



Corner State and Perkins 



TJ^^.XJ^TT, O^-H. 



216 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIEECTOEY OF 



$&%&£*** 



STAGE LINE. 




SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 

Stage will leave Ukiah every Monday morning at 8 o'clock, arriving at 
Covelo Tuesday, at 5 o'clock, p. m. Leave Ukiah every Thursday at half- 
past 12 o'clock, arriving at Covelo Friday at 5 p. m. 

Leave Covelo Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, arriving at Ukiah Thurs- 
day at 6 P. M. Leave Covelo Saturday morning at 4 o'clock, arriving at 
Ukiah same evening. 

Passengers leaving Covelo Saturday morning can reach San Francisco 
Sunday night. 

■ n 

Careful drivers employed, and best attention given to comfort of passengers. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



217 







Ttj* WMW9 

MAIN STREET, POINT ARENA, \b. CO., CAL. 




"> 



W. T0HLO80I, 




B0PBX1T0B. 



This Stable is situated on the main street, but a few doors removed 
from the hotel. It is so perfect in all its appointments as to be generally 
considered one of the best stables in the County. 

Good Teams are kept constantly on hand, suitable for mountain and 
light driving, together with Buggies, Carriages, and Wagons, single and 
double, open and covered. All kinds of 

o 



o 



m3k fl| ^ ^ ^§5E) 



— O 



CONVEYANCES FOR SHOOTING AND FISHING PARTIES, 



Drivers also being furnished if required. Every effort possible will be made 
for the entire satisfaction of tourists and the general traveling public. 

™ut f ibwm $nb nnmnm abound in the vicinity, 

And parties desiring the sport can be driven to the most favorable 
points on the shortest notice. 



L 



Boarding Horses are pen Every Attention anil treateft with tie Utmost Care. 



GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 



Persons Driven to Any Point at Reasonable Rates. 



28 



218 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 




3? C ARRIG AN? 

e&NEXT TO POST OFFICE,^© 

LITTLE RIYER, Mendocino Co, Cal. 




DRCK&EENERAL^MERCHANDISE 



STOBE 



HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A FULL LINE OF 

DRUGS, 

LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, 

FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES, 

BOOTS & SHOES, TOBACCO & CIGARS, 



ALSO 



As full and coir\plete ai\ assortmei\t of goods as will be 
found ii\ any store ii\ tl\e cour\ty. 



NO OLD STOCK! NO EEMNANT8!! 
BUT EVEBYTHING NEW AND NICE. 



Terms Easy. G^and^o Goods Cheap- 






NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



219 



0. H. P. JOHNSON. 



H. WILLITS. 



WILLI! 1 § JOHHSOH 

Main St., Willitsville, Men. Co., Cal. 



» 



DEALERS IN 



General Merchandise 

MANUFACTURERS OF WAGONS. Etc. 



We take pleasure in informing the public that we have assumed the entire 
control of this large business. We have new and full lines such as render 
a country stock complete. These we are holding at reasonable figures, upon 
easy terms. All will do well to examine our stock before purchasing else- 
where. 

BEY §00BIL &&AIIWAB1L €&0IHlK y 

Orools,ery, 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS, PATENT MEDICINES, 

Tinware, Hardware, 



BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C. 




We have a GENERAL JOBBING AND BLACKSMITH SHOP, and will Manufacture "WAGONS 
of any kind. This department is conducted upon the "Small profit and quick sale " principle. No 
material but the Best is used, and no Workmen but the most Skillful employed. 



ALL WORK WARRANTED. 



The Post-Office being at our Store is a convenience every one will appreciate, 
coming for the double purpose of purchasing goods and obtaining letters. 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



INDEPENDENT DISPATCH 



FTTBXjOIJSXXSX? 



1? try Satiriay Mtriiig, 

AT UKIAH CITY, MEN. CO., 

BY MRS. BELLE LYNCH, 

PR OPRIETRESS, 

OFFICE ON CHUECH ST., MASONIC BUILDING. 



^«» 



TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 

One Year (invariably in advance) - - - $3 00 

Six Months - - - - - - - - - 1 75 

Three Months 100 



RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

One Inch (10 lines) first insertion - - - $2 00 
Each subsequent insertion - - - - 1 00 



Yearly and Quarterly advertisements inserted at reduced rates. 
Communications upon subjects of Local or General Interest 
solicited. The author's name must accompany communications. 
Births, Marriages and Deaths inserted free of charge. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 221 



%\t Penkriiwr gmwM 



UKIAH CITY, 

Mendocino Co. 



ALEX. MONTGOMERY, - - Editor ar\d Proprietor. 



The "Democrat 



99 



Is the only long and firmly established paper in the county, 

being now in its TENTH VOLUME, and has 

a multitudinous number of readers. 



TERMS: 

oo per year; $3.00 if paid strictly in advance, 



Disreputable Advertising not allowed in its columns, 



JOB PRINTING 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 



■FROM- 



A SMALL CARD TO A LARGE POSTER, 

PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 



222 



L. I*. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



NEW STAGE ROUTE. 



UKIAH AND BIG RIVER, 




ON AND AFTER MAY 14th, 1874, 

IWi TBIP" 



The undersigned will ran a Stage Wagon as above, by 

THE HEESER ROAD, 

REGULARLY, AS FOLLOWS : 

Leave Ukiah every Monday and Thursday morning. Leave Big Kiver 
every Tuesday and Saturday morning at 6 o'clock, A. M. 

The line will connect at Ukiah with Stages to Cloverdale and those 
running North. Passengers leaving San Francisco by Sunday morning boat 
will reach Big River Monday evening, and those leaving Big River Saturday 
morning can reach San Francisco Sunday night. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 223 



^UTOli 141D1! 



UKIAH HOUSE 



mmi s« 



L.S.SULLIVAN, - - Proprietor. 

The above-named House has been re-purchased by 
the undersigned, and has been 

REFITTED AND REFURNISHED THROUGHOUT, 

AND WILL BE KEPT IN 



THE SLEEPING DEPARTMENT 

Is fitted with the best of Spring Beds, and will be 

kept clean and neat. 

Will always be supplied with the best in the market. 

All Stages arriving at or leaving town stop at this House. 
HEOO? A. 1ST 3D OOLD BATHS 

CONNECTED WITH THE HOUSE. 



The Proprietor hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a liberal 
share of public patronage. Give me a call. 

L. S. SULLIVAN, Proprj 



224 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 







BONTRACTOR 3 BUILDER 



9 




HEE4E 



DVEeiaca.ooirLO Co., Ostl. 



MR. HOLLIDAT is prepared to Contract for the ERECTION OF 



HOTELS, SCHOOL HOUSES and PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

Will make Plans and Specifications for any des- 
cription of building whatever, without charge, except 
where he is not engaged as builder. 

As a reference, lie would ask the attention of the public to any work 
performed by him, as he is confident it will maintain his character as an 
honest and able workman. 

Will work from plans furnished or furnish plans as may be desired, 
Carpenter Work and Jobbing of any kind neatly attended to. 



^7^xxx. :f* 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



225 



STAGE LINE. 



J. A. JAMISON, Proprietor. 




feTHIS STAGED 

LEAVES UKIAH EVERY MONDAY and FRIDAY 



AND RETURNING, 



LEAVES LAKEPORT TUESDAY § SATURDAY. 



The Fare has recently been Reduced, 

The Stock is excellent, the conveyance comfortable, 

and Mr. Jamison a trusty, reliable and 

experienced "Whip." 



29 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 




cKS 



DEKTIST 




Oor. of West strnxa. Clay Streets, 



O 



O 



MENDOCINO CO., CAI 



Syrwr,,.,,.;,;^,,. - ,.^,^5 ^~ ■"■■■:-■> """— iBB 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



227 



w6^LJ*°*«»» 



lYMNUL ,: 





JOHN BYRNES' well-known Hotel, situated on 
the Noyo River, Mendocino County, has room left 
for a few more guests. He will keep a 



Well supplied from a bounteous larder, while his 

l&UNM lillllSMfESIS 



Are not inferior to any in the State. Should you 
pass his way, don't forget to give him a call. 



228 Ij. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OP 




e 



% %% 




MAIN STREET, MENDOCINO CITY. 



The undersigned having Refurnished and Refitted his elegant Hotel, 
respectfully requests the patronage of the traveling public along the Coast. 
The rooms are 



And the Beds will be kept scrupulously clean, so that patrons may be 

assured of quiet and comfort. 



THE TABLE 

WILL BE SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. 

AT THE BAR WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND 

Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 



:AND 



A nfiwmti BlttfAW TAStE, 

Furnished with Delaney's Patent Cushions, where the lovers of this gentle- 
manly game may spend a leisure hour, and a*quarter or two. If this should 
be against principle, by sitting 'round long enough somebody might treat. 
The Proprietor intends to keep this as 

A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE. 
All the Coast Stages arrive at and leave this house three times a week. 



THE COOKING DEPARTMENT 

Is supervised by an experienced cook. 
Attached to the Hotel is a splendid stable, where can always be 
obtained good teams and saddle horses. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



229 



O^O. M c DOt/ A ^ 



liiffffist 




ttleeaij 



PLAZA DRUG STORE. 



DEALER IN 



VJfPll 




GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES, 
OPAINTSO 

OF ALL KINDS, DRY AND GROUND IN OIL, 

LINSEED OIL, COAL OIL, FISH OIL, CHINA, NUT! LARD OILS 
TAsmsas^, 4i£ sums; 

ffiioi Glass, Putty, fall Pager in Large Stuck, 

LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, SHADES AND BURNERS, 

TKUSSES, SUPPORTERS, &c. 

Sponges, Brushes, Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, 

SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 
GrAROEUT, FXEHUD JkSSTQ FLOWER 



Making one of the most Complete Stocks in this line to be found North of 

San Francisco. 

Special attention given to the preparation of Physicians 9 and Family Prescriptions. 



230 Ij. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OF 



D. Carson. L. B. Arnold. 



# 



Livery, Feed and sale stable 

STATE STREET, 



MEN. CO., CAL.i'O. 




WE HAVE ON" HAND THE 

r 



IN THE UPPER COUNTRY, 

"WITH TEAMS TO MATCH. 
SPRING WAGONS, SADDLE HORSES, Etc. 

OF THE BEST DESCRIPTION. 



Excursion, Pleasure or Business Parties fitted out at 
shortest notice and on reasonable terms. 

Parties conveyed to any point of interest reasonably and quickly. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 231 



^i@m©©s ®t@s© $ Sgtalliel©! &SS1. 



HURRAY'S MM STORE, 

Main St., Mendocino City. 

Has a complete stock of goods pertaining to the Drug Business. 
ALSO DEALER IN 

Paints, Oils, Brushes, Glass, Tarnish, Putty, Etc. 





A CHOICE COLLECTION OF FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES. 



A FULL LINE OF 

SCHOOL BOOKS, NOVELS, MISCELLANEOUS WORKS, 

STATIONERY, BAGS, WRAPPING PAPER, TWIKE, &c. 



A Variety of Candies, Nuts, and Preserved Fruits. Garden and Field Seed. 

mzmt tmzmmz am mtmm. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Toys, Baskets, Clocks, Glass and Crockery Ware. 

A TAEIED LOT OF LAMPS, CHIMMES, WICKS AND FITTINGS, 



A GOOD SELECTION OF 



Tarious Common and Fancy Soaps. The Best Brands of Tobacco, 
Cigars, Wines, Liquors, Ale and Porter, 



AN ENTIRE OUTFIT FOR SPORTSMEN. 

Cartridges, Powder, Caps, "Wads, Shot and Pouches, Powder and Dram Flasks, 
Pistols, Fish Lines, Hooks, Poles, Etc. 

OTJBQTS TO OH.I 



232 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OP 

The West Coast Star, 

IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING, 

By M# &® e® IMLIiTIN* 



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THREE MONTHS, 1 00 

Invariably in Advance. 

RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

ONE SQUARE, ONE YEAR, $12 00 

ONE SQUARE (Less than Ten Lines) FIRST INSERTION, . , . 2 00 

EACH SUBSEQUENT INSERTION, 1 00 



IN CONNECTION WITH THE NEWSPAPER IS A 

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AM. snros ob job w@is ion 

In the Best manner and at Low Bates, such as 

CARDS, BILLHEADS, POSTERS, RECEIPTS, BLANKS, NOTES 

BALL TICKETS, PROGRAMMES, MORTGAGES, DEEDS, 

LETTER HEADS, CIRCULARS, VISITING CARDS, 



The Patronage of those requiring Printing is solicited. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 233 

NAVARRO RID BE HOTEL 



HASK3TT SEVERAITCE, Prop'r, 



• •• 



The undersigned has pleasure in announcing that he has erected a large 
addition to his HOTEL, and Refitted and Refurnished it throughout, and is 
now prepared to entertain his friends and the public with satisfaction to 
himself and comfort to them. 



Are New, Clean, Comfortable, and well Ventilated. 

f IE f 1111 

Will be supplied with all the market affords. His efforts, too, will not be 
surpassed by any. He respectfully solicits a share of the public patronage. 



Has been newly fitted up, and is furnished with the very best Liquids that 
can be obtained, and his Cigars may be relied upon as being equal to any 
sold in a bar-room. 

Finally, "Hask" asks his friends and the public for a share of their 
patronage, in the firm confidence that the pleasure and profit will be mutual. 



HUNTING AND FISHING IN THE VICINITY. 



Parties can be carried to the most Favorable Points at 

any time. 



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234 



L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOBY OP 




CASTER, MENDOCIIJO CO. 



This New. Elegant and well-established House has just changed Pro- 
prietorship, and is now conducted by the undersigned, who has elegantly 
Kefitted it, and is determined to make it a 






Strict attention will be given to every department, so as to insure 
satisfaction to the public patronizing the House. 



Attached to the House will always be found stocked with the Finest Brands 
of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The proprietor has just added a new and 

ElEaAHT BILLIARD TABLE, 

Of the finest and most improved make, and which]cannot be* surpassed by 
any in the County. The Billiard-room is fitted with everything requisite 
for Pool and Billiards. 

KB? A First-class LIVERY STABLE is attached to the Hotel, and 
fine turn-outs and elegant saddle-horses will constantly be in readiness. 



FRANK ANDERSON, Proprietor. 



NAPA, LAKE. SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 235 











General Merchandise 



'9 

WILLITSYILLE, MEN. CO., CAL. 

A LAKGE AND 

€©»|ilito Stock ${ litis! 



ew.ua 



PROVISIONS, 
PROVISIONS, 



, Hard-w^are, 



WALL PAPER, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

WALL PAPER, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Mmtm aai €fap« f 
Htofe mad Cmgm§ 

rnmrnw Toots, camNTEas' roots, 

Crockery and Glassware, 

Tobacco and Cigars, Wines and Licpors, 

AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP 

ALL EUM OF B&BC&AXn>I8&* 



L. Ij. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OP 



MENDOCINO BREWEKT 



MENDOCINO CITY, CAL 



MMMWbt mm@wmw®» &*qta 



I am now brewing a Superior article of 





iWLV 



which I am offering to my customers and the public 
generally in any quantity which may be required, 

at itwiif fin rauns. 

My BEER cannot be excelled, no trouble or ex- 
pense being spared which may tend to enhance its 
excellence. 

My Brewery is perfect in all its appointments, my 
Cellars being sufficiently commodious to furnish a 
large amount of storage room, thus enabling me to 
keep my Beer until it may attain the necessary age. 



COUNTRY ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 237 

LUMBER MILLi YARD 

i H* t* MA"tCMp Proprietor* 
SHERWOOD VALLEY, 

Twenty-eight miles North-west of Ukiah, Men. Co., Cal. 



I am constantly sawing, and have on hand continually, 

ALL KINDS OP 



(REDWOOD and FIR) 

Siding, Matched Flooring and Ceiling; 

PICKETS (Fancy and Plain); 

Laths, Shingles and Mouldings. 

— 

ALL MY LUMBER IS OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY. 



ALL ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

FRAMING MATERIAL of all kinds KEPT ALWAYS IN STOCK. 



HAY AND GRAIN TAKEN IN PAYMENT FOR LUMBER. 



238 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OP 



c«¥@ti mi,& 



W. J. CLEVELAND, 

Respectfully announces to his customers and the pub- 
lic generally, that he has lately fitted up the above- 
named Mills with new and 

IMPROVED MACHINERY, 

And that his facilities are now unsurpassed in this 

country, for making 



HMT-C 



noir 



CUSTOMERS ACCOMMODATED ON SHORT NOTICE. 



Flour constantly on hand at the Mill; also at Gib- 
son & Anderson's Store, Ukiah. 

Every sack branded and warranted, and sold at ruling rates. 

G^MOTTO.tSS 

«®* BOUND TO PLEASE. *=SWr 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



239 




L. G. MOUSE, 



POINT ARENA, 



Mendocino County, Cal. 



TITHLiElS EZ^-A-lS^IIISrEjD 



COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. 



WM. PETERS, 



DEALER IN 



MERCHANDISE 



OUT AEIIA, 



Mendocino County, California. 



Wells, Fargo & Go's Express. 



POMO HOUSE. 



Mrs. M. A. Partin, 



PROPRIETRESS. 



The above-named lady has that abso- 
lute claim upon public patronage to 
which the praiseworthy attempt to gain 
an honest livelihood entitles every one. 

Her house, though unpretending, is 
neat and comfortable, and the enter- 
tainment she offers, though plain, is 
substantial and wholesome. 



WHITEHALL 

HALF-WAY BETWEEN 

BOONEVILLE AND CLOVERDALE. 

T. B. FISH, 

PROPRIETOR. 

Good Accomodations for Travelers. 
Good Table, Good Rooms, 

— AND — 

GOOD STABLE FACILITIES. 



240 I»- L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 

T. J. McQIMPSEY. G. W. HEALD. WM. FORD. 

FORD, HEALD & CO., 

Cor. Standley and State Streets, 

UKUAH OIT-3T. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in everything pertaining to a 

General Mercantile Business 



INCLUDING 



G$K¥£' #Uf^I#!&}(3 Gfc>0©#, 



BOOTS AND SHOES, 

FANCY GOODS, 

DRY GOODS, 

CLOTHING, 

NOTIONS, 

ORG C BRIBES, 

HARDWARE, 

CROCKERY - , IBTO., ETO- 



Highest Price Paid for Country Produce. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



241 



«e«* WSL *°ess 



25 MILES NOETH OF UKTAff. 



G. W. GOATES, Proprietor. 






I AM OFFERING THE BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS TO 
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. 

A large addition has recently been made to the 
House, thereby increasing its capacity to an extent 
sufficient to meet all wants. 

Care is taken to keep the table supplied with everything in season. 
Especial attention is given to the keeping of rooms and beds scrupulously 
neat. The Stable and Corral are commodious. Horses will be well fed and 
paid every required attention. 



RATES LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE 

IN THE COUNTY. 



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242 



Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 




a? W. H. WHITE, 
MERCHANT m CUSTOM TAILOR 

State Street, Ukiah, 




Begs to announce that lie still makes 

MEN'S AND BOYS' 



AND DOES 



CUTTING 

AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 
IS ALSO IN CONSTANT RECEIPT OF 



FROM NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO, 



He keeps a large stock of SELECT CLOTHS on hand 
at all times, and in every case 

OT A8AOTBB8 4 PBfiff WS. 



CLOTHING CLEANED AND REPAIRED 

3Srea/try einci Q-uLioHsLry. 



Perfectly fitting Garments or Suits made in a style to please any 
taste, within a reasonable time, at fair priees. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



243 



G. W. BRANSFORD, 




POMO, MENDOCINO CO., CAL. 

— ; ♦-»-* . 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods 

HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, 



GROCERIES, HARDWARE, 
CROCKERY, Etc., Etc. 



Highest Market Price paid for Country 
Produce. 



WATER WORKS. 




i 




FITTING. 



STATE STREET, URIAH, 

Respectfully calls the attention of the public to his supply 

of Pumps, such as the 

Ordinary Suction, Deep Well Lift, Deep Well 

Force with Hose Attachment, and 

Double Action Pumps. 

He will construct Pumps to Order for Peculiar Works; 

Also supply Artesian Well Tuning, Hydraulic 

Pipes and Fittings, at satisfactory Rates. 

A Good Assortment of 

COOKING STOVES, THE ARLINGTON RANGE, 

And a great assortment of House Furnishing 
Goods kept on Hand. 

Has also just received a large stock of NEW GOODS 

suitable for the season, such as 

Preserving Kettles, Brass and Enameled 

Kettles, Fruit Cans, «Sec, &c. 

As the fruit season is just now coming on, our cus- 
tomers should notice a large reduction of prices : 

One-qt Cans, per doaen 81.25 

Two-qt. Cans, per dozen 2.00 



FURNITURE STORE! 

STATE STREET, UKIAH CITY. 



F. CESSLER, - Proprietor. 

Having moved his place of business to the building 
opposite W. H. White's Tailor Shop, he gives the public 
to understand that he keeps constantly on hand 

PARLOR SETS, 
BED-ROOM SETS, Etc. 

He does all kinds of 



Store and Office Fixtures supplied to those desiring at the 
LOWEST LIVING PRICES. 



Upholstering done to Order. 



All of my work being done by hand, I claim for it a 
superiority over machine-made work. 

It is far more substantial and durable, the two 
qualities most essential to people wishing furniture for 
country use. 



A. GUNTLEY, 

DEALER IN 

General Merchandise, 

CHRISTINE, ANDERSON VALLEY, 

82 Miles West of Ukiah. 



A LARGE STOCK OF 



Groceries 1 Provisions 

CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, 

Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, 

CANNED FRUITS, 

Hardware, Tinware and Woodenware. 



All kinds of Produce taken at highest 
market prices in exchange for Goods. 



244 . 



Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTORY OF 



■ w*'** %f 



EL 



HSf SI BXYBB, 



The undersigned having just completed this favorite house, 
it is now open to the public as a 



«r 



Strict attention will "be given to each department, which 
will be under the immediate control of the Proprietor. 



THE TABLE 

Will be supplied with the best the market can afford. 



THE BA.R^ 

Which is attached to the Hotel, will be well stocked with the 
Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 



AIT ELEGANT BILLIARD TABLE 

Has been added to the Saloon, with 

DELANEY'S PATENT CUSHIONS. 



All Stages up and down the Coast stop at the above House. 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE COMFORT OF GUESTS. 






NAPA, LAKE. SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



245 



C. A. PERKINS. 



S. C. COOMBS. 



GOOM 






DEALERS IN 



General Merchandise 

DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, &c. 

Little River, Men. Co. Cal. 



A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS. 



Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, 

{mOGjlBlilI AMD xBuYIUOMIL 

Tobacco and Cigars, and a Complete Assortment of 
Crockery and Glassware, Willow-ware, Etc., Tin- 
ware, Hardware, Notions, Stationery, 
Paints, Oils, Etc. 

UK illi CHEAPLY AS MY Sill II THE COUNTRY. 



All kinds of Building Material constantly on hand, and Out to 
Order; Matched Flooring and Ceiling, Shingles, Siding and Framing, 
Doors, Windows, and everything of this character. 



246 L. I«. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTORY OF 



STAGE HOUSE, 

Sooneyille, Sr\def^oi\ Vklley, 



(20 Miles South-west op Uxiah.) 

^ === ^^ rO?!SSCs >-~~b= - 



( J. McABEE, Proprietor. 



*)£&&) C° 



Tl\is Hotel is being conducted ii\ a 

FIRST -CLASS STYLE, 

Second to None in the Country. 

Everytl\ii\g to ensure tl\e comfort of the Traveling 
Public will be done, ai\d 

THE TABLE 

will be found to be equal to tl\at of any country hotel 
ii\ tl\e State. 

THE BAR 

is plentifully stocked witl\ choice Liquors, Ales, Etc., as 
well as Cigars of the ir\ost popular brands. 



RATES ARE REASONABLE. 



Good Stables and Stock- Yard Attached to the House. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 247 




HALF WAY BETWEEN ROUND VALLEY AND TTKIAH. 



J. H. HILDRETH, Proprietor. 



This well-known Hotel is centrally located, and 
enjoys an enviable reputation, far and near. It is a 
Stage Station on the road from Ukiah to Oovelo, the 
passengers stopping for meals. 

Is constantly supplied with all the luxuries of the 
season. Polite and careful attention to guests may be 
relied upon. 

AEE GOOD, AND THE BEDS COMFORTABLE AND NEAT, 



The House is situated in a beautiful natural grove, 
the surroundings are wild and romantic, and the river, 
which rushes past the house, abounds in fish. 



Connected with the House, where horses will receive the best of attention. 



248 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 










GUALALA MILLS, 



Mmjp. €@., €a&. 



Mr. Robinson has invested a large sum of money 
in the above House, with the view of making it a 

PLEASANT SUXDKER 1ES0ET 

For Excursion Parties from the cities and elsewhere. 

It is situated at the month of Gualala River, in the 

vicinity of the best 

SEXTO, Illflli mi SALT WATIB BATBXEO 

TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE. 



The House is furnished and kept in first-class style throughout. 
Stable is connected with the hotel, where horses receive the best 
Every attention is paid to the wants of guests. 

THE POST AND EXPRESS OFFICES ARE IN THE BUILDING. 



A fine 
of care. 



©®@!©s wnm am® uwriHHi ^» sun maw, 



Patronage of the Traveling Public solicited. 



-■ 



[See also page *64-] 



'•'248 



VITJE, 

The Old Indian Medicine Springs, 



Of Little Lake, Mendocino Connty, Cal. 
H. Ii. NORTON, - Proprietor. 

These Springs are located 1200 feet above the sea level, on the east side of the beautiful Little Lake Valley, 
ist near enough to the ocean to receive the benefit of the mild sea breezes. Atmosphere clear, fresh and invigo- 
iting. Magnificent scenery. The waters are cleansing, healing and soothing. For particulars, analysis, &c, address 
le Proprietor at Little Lake, or Box 1936, San Francisco, Cal. N. B.— Fine hunting and fishing. Terms moderate. 




*249 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



V>> 







Tfii-vi! 



OLDJY^ 

'Mills &Eva n .s 
508 market st. 



IMPORTERS OF 




®THE CELEBRATED^) 



ALSO 



MANCHESTER AND CONCORD 



(FROM THE "WELL-KNOWN FIRM OF A. W. SANBORN.) 



Constantly on hand, the different styles of 

TH0R0UGHBRACE, EIGHT- PASSENGER 



=AND^££> 



IIjK WA»1 



a 



OF DIFFERENT SIZES. 



SIDE -SPRINGS, SIDE AND END SPRINGS, 

AND 

EXPRESS WAGONS. 



Depot, 508 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



249 



Name. 



Azbill P 

Azbill F 

Azbill W 

Ayers D ~W 

ANTHONY J 

Armstrong A 

Atkinson T 

Atkinson R 

AMES E 

Aldrich Dr W 

Amen M : 

Adams P 

Ainsley J 

Akelan J 

Arnett Jos 

Ainsley Jas 

Alport T H 

Andry M 

Antrim D 

Antrim W 

Antrim A 

Adams F 

Andrew A J 

Aylward A 

Alviso I 

Anderson R H 

Atkinson A 

ANGLE R f .... 

Ackerman S 

Apple F W 

Amen M 

Anderson C 

Atkins A C 

Anderson P 

Allen J F 

Anderson C 

Armstrong Mrs S 

ANDERSON JAMES 

ANDERSON VINSON 

ARNOLD & CO 

ARNOLD L B 

Ackerman C H 

Armstrong ~W M 

Abernethy G 

Anderson A 

Anderson J 

Anderson M 

ANDERSON FRANK 

Anderson P 

Adams J 

Adams T J 

Aiken Jacob 

Allport Thos 

Ayer C 

Ayer Mrs A 

Avery Jas 

Avery John 

Avery Mathew 

Baker J W 

Bishop J 

BRANSPORD <fc PERRY 

BRANSFORD W L 

BURKE J H 

Burke A 

BARTLETT N 

Brush Thos 

Burdick O 

Bardy T 

BRADWAY AS 

Burkhart Geo 

BUSH J G 

Bevins J 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Physician 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Edger 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Tallyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Sheep Raiser. 
Lighterman .. 

Raftsman 

Mill Hand .... 
Mill Hand .... 
Mill Hand .... 



Merchant 

Clerk 

Livery Stable.... 
Livery Stable.... 
Harness Store.... 

Carpenter 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Hotel Proprietor 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 



Milliner 

Teamster.... 
Teamster.... 
Carpenter ... 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Merchants... 
Merchant ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place or Business. 



Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



Round Valley. 



Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



Round Valley , 

Anderson Valley 

Anderson Valley 

Bourn's Landing 

GualalaMill 

GualalaMill 

GualalaMill 

Rough & Ready Ldg 



Coffy's Cove 



"Walker Valley. 



Little Lake 

Sanel Township 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill...., 
Big River Mill .. 
Big River Mill .. 
Big River Mill ., 



State Street.... 
State Street... 
State Street ... 
State Street..., 
State Street ... 
Main Street... 
Casper Creek. 
Casper Creek. 
Casper Creek. 
Casper Creek. 
Casper Creek. 
Coast Road ... 



Main Street. 



Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley. 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 



Residence. 



65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

68 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

67 m N Ukiah 

66mN Ukiah 

66 m N Ukiah , 

35 m NE Ukiah... 

65 m N Ukiah...... 

30 m SW Ukiah.., 
30 m SW Ukiah.., 
87 m SW Ukiah.., 
70 mSW Ukiah.., 
70 m SW Ukiah... 
70 m SW Ukiah... 

66 m SW Ukiah.., 
66 m SW Ukiah... 
58 m SW Ukiah... 
58 m SW Ukiah... 

58 m SW Ukiah... 

59 m SW Ukiah... 
56 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m SW Ukiah... 
84 m NW Ukiah.. 
100 m NW Ukiah. 

49 m NW Ukiah.. 
16 m NW Ukiah.. 

2mN Ukiah 

Little Lake 

Head Dry Creek.... 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

Perkins Street 

State Street 

State Street 



Sullivan Hotel 

Church Street 

Main Street 

50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m W Ukiah... 
65mSW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 mSW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
64 mN Ukiah 

64 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah.... 
65 m N Ukiah.... 
4£ m SE Ukiah.. 
4 m SE Ukiah.... 

3m E Ukiah 

24 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 
20 m SW Ukiah.. 

22 m N Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

19 m N Ukiah 



Town or 
Post Office 



Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Ukiah City. 

Covelo. 

Yorkville. 

Yorkville. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Punta Arenas 

Pun ta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Cony's Cove. 

Colly's Cove. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Willitsville. 

Yorkville. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Centreville. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Little River. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arena 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Hermitage. 

Yorkville. 

Yorkville. 

Booneville. 

Centreville. 

Centreville. 

Porno. 



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250 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Brower J D 

Barnes 

BOURN MERTON. 

Boyce A J 

Bruhal G W 

Boyd A 

BellH 

BOWMAN J R 

BENNETT O R 

Burns B 

Braden Jas 

BEATY W 

Beaty F 

Blair D 

BORING W 

Bailey Mrs H 

Bean C 

BERRY W J 

Been D E 

Burger Geo 

Barnett B 

Beeson I 

Beeson H 

Brown G T 

Brown C 

Beatie T F , 

Bartlett N 

Bartlett C 

Burright W 

BAXTER J 

Brown CM 

BesseMrs M 

BARNEY H N 

Bennett L 

Bennett J 

Bagley H , 

BURCHARD JR... 

BOURNE O H 

Brush N 

Baziza E A 

Beard P S 

BEARDW H 

Brown W T 

Belleville J 

Bermudas J J 

BISHOP W O 

Beal AC 

Barney L N 

Brown D E... 

Baker J 

Beety J C 

Ballaugh O 

Brandt Geo , 

BethardB 

Bourneau 

Bathune J 

Beebe Mrs M . 

Beebe E 

Baker A 

Brown C 

Burnham F 

Blaughin C 

Burgess S , 

Braiton 

Berg C 

BROMLEY D 

Bever N 

Baker 

Beall L 

Beall A 

Billings W 

Bradway C ; 



Occupation. 



Farmer , 

Farmer 

Shipping ... .1 
Barkeeper.. . 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser. 
Stock Kaiser. 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer. 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saw Mill Prop. 



Stock Raiser.... 
Stock Kaiser.... 
Stock Raiser.... 

Stock Raiser 

Indian Agent... 

Farmer 

Farmer... 

Farmer 

Carpenter .-. 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer.. 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Carpenter , 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer , 

Foreman 



Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Laborer 
Laborer. 
Laborer. 
Laborer 
Farmer . 
Farmer., 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 
Farmer . 



Place of Business 



Potter Valley. 



Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing . 
Ten Mile River.... 
Ten Mile River.... 

Bear Harbor 

12 m NE Cahto.. 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 



Sherwood Valley.. 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley... 
Little Lake Valley... 
Little Lake Valley... 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley , 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Valley... 
Redwood Canyon.. 



Elk Creek 

Elk Creek 

Eden Valley.. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



Round 
Round 
Round 
Round 
Round 
Round 
Round 
Round 
Round 



Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 
Valley. 



Bourn's Landing 
Fish Rock ......... 

Fish Rock 

Fish Rock 

Sander's Mill 



Coffy's Cove . 
Coffy's Cove . 
Coffy's Cove . 
Navarro Flat. 



Ten Mile River... 
Ten Mile River .. 
Ten Mile River... 
Ten Mile River... 
Anderson Valley 



Residence. 



18 mN Ukiah 

13 m N Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah ... 
87 m SW Ukiah... 
76 m NW Ukiah.., 
78 m NW Ukiah.. 
107 m NW Ukiah. 

56 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
47 m NW Ukiah.. 
47 m NW Ukiah.. 
38 m NW Ukiah.. 

38 m NW Ukiah.. 
35 m NW Ukiah.. 
30 m NW Ukiah.. 
21 m NW Ukiah.. 

21 m NW Ukiah.. 

22 m NW Ukiah.. 
22 m NW Ukiah.. 
20 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m SW Ukiah.... 
25 m SW Ukiah..., 
22 m SW Ukiah..., 
25 m SW Ukiah... 
25 m SW Ukiah.... 

6mSEUkiah 

3 m SE Ukiah 

6mSE Ukiah 

2jmE Ukiah 

10 m N Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

23£ m N Ukiah.... 

39 m N Ukiah 

40 m NE Ukiah.... 
40 m NE Ukiah.... 

45 m N Ukiah 

66 m N Ukiah ...... 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

70 mN Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

64 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

63 m N Ukiah-. 

65 mN Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

70 m SW Ukiah.... 
78 m SW Ukiah.... 

5 m SW Ukiah 

5 m SW Ukiah.... 

71 m SW Ukiah.... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 

m SW Ukiah.... 
62 m SW Ukiah.... 

57 m SW Ukiah.... 
55 mSW Ukiah. ... 
55 m SW Ukiah.... 
55 m SW Ukiah.... 

50 m SW Ukiah.... 
54 m SW Ukiah.... 
40 m SW Ukiah.... 

51 m W Ukiah 

52 m W Ukiah 

75 m NW Ukiah... 

5 m NW Ukiah... 

5 m NW Ukiah... 
75 mNW Ukiah.. 
20 m SW Ukiah.... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Porno. 

Porno. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Sherwood V 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Willitsville. 

Glenmark. 

Glenmark. 

Glenmark. 

Glenmark. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Fish Rock. 

Fish Rock. 

Fish Rock. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Coffy's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Navarro R 

Navarro 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Albion. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Booneville. 



R. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



251 



"Name. 



Ball J B 

Briggs E 

Brush W T 

BABOOOK R P 

Baker J W 

Barker H 

Brown John 

Burtis Saml.... 

Brighton Wm 

Beston J 

Brannan M 

Brown H 

Beaver Samuel 

Barron O 

Berg C 

Beaver T 

Barnard L 

Bunn A 

Bryan J 

Bourgurn L . 

Beaver B 

Barnard Ira 

Baldwin W 

Blair E W 

Beaver R W 

Brown J 

Bowles B F 

Brown A 

BARRY J A 

Bunner W C 

Bowman A 

Butler W J 

Bowles M 

BRONZING M 

Beaver B 

Barnard J 

Bowman G H 

Bryan J 

Bond T P 

Barber E W 

Brown Mrs A 

Brown B B 

Brown A J 

Blake S 

BRANSPORD G W.... 

BOYOE W R 

BROWN W L 

BARNETT E 

BROWN & TUTTLE .. 

BARNETT L 

BAECHTEL MART 

BAEOHTEL SAML S. 

BURGESS A A 

BURGESS G E 

Bryan Duncan 

Bruehl G W 

Britt Jas 

Barnett E 

BYRNES J O 

Blume Robt 

Burwash S 

Boudet L 

Burns H G 

BIOKEL ISAAC 

Buckman R 

Banker 

BRIGGS M C 

Brooks J R 

Barnes Dr TL 

Bratt Carlos 

Burger J L 

Biggs M 



Occupation. Place of Business. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Draughtsman.... 
Boss Lighterman 

Lighterman 

Marker 

Lumber Piler.... 

Screw Turner 

Tail Edger 

Tallyman 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Barber 

Printer 

Tinner 

Tailor 

Teamster 

Brewery 

Mill Hand 

Carpenter 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Attorney 

Restaurant 



Anderson "Valley. 

Heeser Road 

San el Township... 
Sanel Township... 

Round Valley 

Canyon Road 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill , 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill , 

Navarro Mill , 

Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill.... 
Big River Mill.... 
Big River Mill..., 
Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill.... 
Big River Mill.... 
Big River Mill.... 
Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill.... 

Casper 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Hotel 

Hotel 

Merchant 

Hotel 

Merchant 

Hotel 

Farmer , 

Stock Raiser... 
Stock Raiser... 
Freight Team 

Farmer 

Mill Supt 

Farmer 

Hotel Prop 

Farmer 

Sawyer 

Planer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Farmer , 

Builder , 

Physician , 

Sheep Raiser .. 
Stock Dealer... 
Engineer , 



1 m NMendocino C'y 

Bridge Street 

Bridge Street 



School Street 

State Street 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 

1 m S Willitsville 

1 m S Willitsville 

Bear Harbor 

Bear Harbor 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Noyo River 

Noyo River 

Noyo River 

Noyo River 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Sanel Valley 

McDowell Valley 

Near City 

20 m N Ukiah City... 



Standley Street. 



Residence. 



22 m SW Ukiah.... 
9 m NW Ukiah.... 

Sanel Township 

Sanel Township 

70 m N Ukiah 

5 m N Cloverdale.. 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m "W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

50 M NW Ukiah... 

45 m W Ukiah 

Main Street 

65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah.... 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

Lansing Street 

Millican Street 

Main Street 

State Street 

16 m N Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

18 mN Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah 

22 mN Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah 

21 m N Ukiah 

21 m N Ukiah 

115 m NW Ukiah. 
115 m NW Ukiah. 
70 m NW Ukiah.., 
70 m NW Ukiah.. 
57 m NW Ukiah.. 
57 m NW Ukiah.. 
57 m NW Ukiah.. 
57 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah-. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 

Main Street 

16 mSE Ukiah 



Potter Valley.... 
Todd's Addition 



Henry Street. 
School Street. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Booneville. 

Ukiah City. 

Hermitage. 

Sanel. 

Covelo. 

Cloverdale. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Casper. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Porno. 

Porno. 

Pomo. 

Porno. 

Pomo. 

Centreville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Noyo. 

Noyo. 

Noyo. 

Noyo. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 

Centreville. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 



252 



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Name. 



Budd 

Buttner F 

Barnes WH 

Beatie J W 

Barnes E M 

Baily L D & Co 

Baily LD 

Briggs Mrs S 

Benton Mrs C 

BRUNNBR F 

Burger Bros 

Burger C H , 

Buselmeier A 

Bond J L 

Bond & Kelton 

Clifton E 

Conn E J 

Carner M 

Carter Peter 

Campbell N 

Collins SW 

Curtiss E F 

Cooper J ". 

Clawson A 

Corcoran M 

Campbell N 

Coffman T F 

Coats 

Christie J 

Cox JC 

Cuve Mrs M A 

CLAY WM 

Clenton D 

Caughey D 

Crispin I 

Culbertson J 

Cureton W 

CONWAY J 

Creitz C 

Clyde P 

CARLSON C 

Conners P , 

Cassin I , 

Cummings J 

Campbell , 

Cooper A B 

Carrigan M 

Christian C , 

CLARKE T 

CASE B B 

CUMMINGS J F. 

Cantrell A 

Conrad J , 

Capell B E 

Crockett Wm 

Coffin J 

Cox Wm 

Cavanor J 

Conrad J 

Covington J M 

Clow Henry 

Cary O 

Cummins Dr J S 

ClouH 

Cressman G 

Covington S 

CLELAND J M... 

Colburn J F 

Crawford J 

Cowsert D P 

COX J 

Conway J H 



Plumber 

Stock Dealers.., 
Stock Dealer .. 

Gunsmith 

Physician 

Attorneys 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Teamster 

Shingle Maker. 

Watchman , 

Farmer , 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer , 



Occupation. 



Printer 

Miller 

Shoemaker 



Student at Law.. 
Livery Stable.... 
Livery Stable.... 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Store 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Toll Keeper- 
Dairyman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser. 
Dairyman.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Glove Manuf. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Phvsician 

Wharf Hand.. 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place or Business. 



Stevens Street. 



School and Perkins. 
Main and Perkins... 
Main and Perkins.... 



State Street 

Standley Street... 
Standley Street... 
Standley Street... 

School Street 

School Street 

Big Kiver Mill... 
Big Kiver Mill... 

Potter Valley 

Bourn's Landing, 
Bourn's Landing, 

Gualala Mill 

GualalaMill 



Bourn's Landing... 

Fish Rock 

Fish Rock 

Coast Road 

Rough & Ready L'ng 
Sanders' Mill 



Cony's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 



Coffy's Cove.... 
Coffy's Cove.... 
Navarro Flat... , 
Ten Mile River. 
Ten Mile River. 
Ten Mile River. 



3 m W Cahto. 



14 m NE Cahto. 



Sherwood Valley... 
Sherwood Valley... 

Calpella 

Calpella 

Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Cummins' Ranch...... 

Navarro Mill 

Big River Mill 

Big River Mill 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 



Residence. 



State Street. 



Main Street 

Main Street 

Bush and Perkins. 



Hopper Street. 
Perkins Street. 
Perkins Street. 
Church Street. 



Perkins Street.... 
Oak and Perkins. 



45 m 
45 m 
20 m 
7 m 
7 m 
70 m 

70 m 
m 
7 m 

75 m 
75 m 

71 m 
66 m 
65 m 



W Ukiah.. 
W Ukiah.. 
W Ukiah.. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 



57 m SW Ukiah..., 

58 m SW Ukiah..., 

59 m SW Ukiah... 
58 m SW Ukiah..., 

58 m SW Ukiah... 

59 m SW Ukiah... 

60 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m SW Ukiah..., 
55 m SW Ukiah..., 
53 m SW Ukiah... 
53 m SW Ukiah... 
53 m SW Ukiah... 
50 m SW Ukiah.... 
75 m NW Ukiah.. 

74 m NW Ukiah... 

75 m NW Ukiah... 
85 m NW Ukiah... 
45 m NW Ukiah... 
46£ m NW Ukiah. 
58 m NW Ukiah... 
50 m NW Ukiah... 
30 m NW Ukiah... 

21 m NW Ukiah... 
6 m NW Ukiah.... 

m NW Ukiah.... 

22 m SW Ukiah.... 
20 m SW Ukiah.... 
22 m SW Ukiah.... 
22 m SW Ukiah.... 
25 m SW Ukiah.... 
30 m SW Ukiah.... 

m S Yorkville.... 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

2m S Ukiah... 

2£m SE Ukiah 

4 m SE Ukiah 

5 m SE Ukiah 

5 m SE Ukiah 

4 m SE Ukiah 



Town or 
Post Office 



Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Mend'o City, 
Mend'o City. 
Pomo. 
Gualala. % 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Fish Rock. 
Fish Rock. 
Fish Rock. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Gualala. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Miller. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove 
Coffy's Cove 
Coffy's Cove. 
Nev'a Ridge. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Noyo. 
Kibesillah. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 
Sherwood V. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Christine. 
Yorkville. 
Navarro. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



253 



Name. 



Occupation, 



Place of Business. Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Cunningham P 

Chandler J L 

OAVE B 

COATES g W 

CRAWFORD J A 

Crawford J 

Corbitt M 

Callihan J P 

OORDER A P 

CLEVELAND W J 

Cassidv B 

CUNNINGHAM J P 

COOK J C 

CHRISTIE J 

Cramer R 

Cook V A 

Carter J W 

Crow J 

CLAXTON GEO W 

Colby H 

Cummings J 

CUZNER JAS 

CHADBOURNE H 

Cornell P T 

CARRIGAN J 

Christson C 

Coombs R G 

CLINESCHMIDT H......... 

COOMBS & PERKINS- 
COOMBS S C 

Cavanagh C 

CARLSON J E 

CH ALP ANT A & CO 

Cotler J 

Campbell SB 

Curry T 

Coffey H 

Carter G 

Coates J B 

Chapman 

Chaplin 

CAROTHERS T 

Carder Mrs S 

Chivers Rev Thos 

Chambers B 

Carpenter A 

Cunningham W W 

CHALPANT S J 

CARSON D 

Cleveland V 

CHAMBERS J K 

CAROTHERS & 

CHAMBERS 

Charlton T 

Cook A 

CARTER G W 

Crockett D C 

COOLLEY T J 

Carner R 

Campbell Rev J F 

DUNCAN J 

DiddleS 

Dunsing F 

DAY WM 

DORMAN D C 

Dunlap J 

Davis S P 

Davis C 

DONELL P 

Darrell C 

Dawson R 

DINGMAN O A ....'..'. 



Farmer 

Pro Saw Mill.... 

Stock Raiser 

Hotel 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Sheep Herder.... 

Attorney 

Flour Mill 

Farmer 

Hotel 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Engineer 

Sawyer 

Clerk 

Blacksmith 

Barber 

Merchant 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Saloon 

Saw Mill 

Saw Mill.: 

Laborer 

Prop City Hotel. 

Merchants 

Lumberman 

Farmer 

Tailor 

Hotel Pro 

Saloon 

Miller 



Ukiah Valley , 

Redwood Canyon. 

Cave's Station 

Scott Valley 

Round Valley , 

Round Valley 



Round Valley 

E Branch Rus'n River 



Round Valley. 
Ukiah Valley . 
Coyote Valley. 



Anderson Valley 
Booneville , 



Jun Cahto & Coast Rd 

Noyo River 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Main Street , 

Little River 

Little River 



Main Street.. 
Main Street. 



Ukiah Street. 
Main Street... 



Laborer 

Dist Attorney 



State Street. 



1 m SE Ukiah .... 

16 m N Ukiah 

20 m N Ukiah.. .., 
25 m N Ukiah .... 
65 m N Ukiah .... 
65 m N Ukiah .... 

67 m N Ukiah .... 

68 m N Ukiah ... 

65 m N Ukiah 

7 m N Ukiah 

24 m S Ukiah 

65 mN Ukiah 

2 m NE Ukiah.... 

6m N Ukiah 

28 mSW Ukiah.., 
32 m SW Ukiah.. 
20 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah. . 
70 m N Ukiah .... 
57 m N¥ Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah. ... 
45 m W Ukiah... 

Main Street 

45 m SW Ukiah.. 
45 m SW Ukiah.. 

Main Street 

Main Street 

65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah . 
65 mSW Ukiah... 

Ukiah Street 

Main Street 

School Street 

Morris Street 

Todd's Addition... 

Perkins Street 

Hope and Church. 



M E Minister 

Saloon , 

Photographer.... 
Under Sheriff.... 

Sheriff. 

Livery Stable.... 

Farmer 

Dept Dist Att'y 



Standley and;State. 

State Street 

Court House 

Court House 

State Street 



State Street 

Main and Church. 
Main and Church. 
Plaza Hotel 



Attorneys 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Saloon 

Hotel Pro 

Blacksmith 

Feed Mill 

M E Minister... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Teamster 

Farmer 



Court House 
Court House 



Perkins Street. 



State Street 

State Street 

Potter Valley ..... 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley...., 
Ukiah Valley...., 
Ukiah Valley.... 
Ukiah Valley.... 
Redwood Valley. 

Round Valley 

Round Valley — 
Round Valley...., 
Round Valley — 
Round Valley...., 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 



Perkins Street.. 
Perkins Street.. 
School Street... 

State Street 

16 m N Ukiah 
18 m N Ukiah 
22 m N Ukiah 
J m N Ukiah ., 
3 m SE Ukiah 
1 m N Ukiah... 
15 m N Ukiah. 
63 m N Ukiah. 
65 m N Ukiah. 
62 m N Ukiah. 
65 m N Ukiah. 
67 m N Ukiah 
65 m N Ukiah. 



68 m N Ukiah 



Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Ukiah City. 
Cloverdale. 
Covelo. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Hermitage. 
Christine. 
Booneville. 
Yorkville. 
Kibesillah. 
Noyo. 
Casper. 
Casper. 
Casper. 
Casper. 
Little River. 
Little River. 
Little River. 
Mend'o City. 
Little River. 
Little River. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
San el. 

Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Pomo. 
Centreville. 
Willitsville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 



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Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Doan C W 

DAVIS W W 

Donneley J 

Deshiell F 

Daniels N 

Diffin J O , 

Dainn M 

Dunbar A 

Deverix J 

Davis Geo 

Davis Kev 

Donohue M 

Dillan A 

Dougharty J 

Dickinson O 

Dodge L 

Davidson J 

Denny S S 

DAVIDSON A 

Delany 

DonellyP 

Davis E 

Dundas J 

Dunn M C 

Denslow C W .... 

Davis Samuel 

Draffin J 

Druslow C "W ... 

DOBKINS J S 

DUNCAN E H 

DOOLY E 

Daw J W 

Deuarta A 

Davis Mrs M 

Davis J 

DONOHOE J H 

Dean S 

DORMAN D M 

DillJ M 

DEVILBISS G A... 

DevilbissH W 

Davis P 

Dodge GO 

Doyle J 

Dougherty J 

Dodson J 

Davidson Wm 

Dorr Kobt 

EASTWOOD J 

ENGLISH O H 

ENGLISH W P 

ENGLISH W 

Eberle C H 

Edsall C A 

EVELAND G 

ELLIS J M & CO. 

ELLIS J M 

Emerson A 

EllersH 

Elphick Geo 

Egberts AH 

EAGER GEO 

ELLIS W 

Espe Geo 

English C 

Elledge C 

Elledge J 

Estes J 

Edington J 

Eastlick A 

Edwards J 

Elkins T 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Wood Dealer- 
Laborer 

Laboier 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Minister 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser.. 
Stock Raiser.. 
Stock Raise... 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fireman , 

Wharf Hand. 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand .... 

Gardener 

Bookkeeper... 
Blacksmith..., 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Ukiah Valley. 



Potter Valley 

Bourn's Landing 
Fish Rock 

Steen's Landing.. 



68 m N Ukiah 

3 m SE Ukiah 

25 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m N Ukiah 

87 mSW Ukiah... 
75 mSW Ukiah... 

69 mSW Ukiah... 



58 m SW Ukiah. 
58 m SW Ukiah. 
55 m SW Ukiah. 
60 m SW Ukiah. 



Coffy's Cove.... 
Ten Mile River. 



Eel River 

Blue Rock Station. 



Anderson Valley . 
Anderson Valley.. 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Big River Mill...., 
Big River Mill .... 

Big River Mill 

Big River Mill .... 

Main Street 

Sanel Valley 

Sanel Valley 

McDowell Valley. 
Sanel Valley 



Hay & Grain Yd 
Cashier Bank- 
Carpenter 

County Treasu'r 
Stock Raiser.., 

Pro Hotel 

Stock Dealer . 
Mill Hand .... 

Mill Hand 

Saloon , 

Laborer 

Constable , 

Boots and Shoes. 

Saloon..... 

Farme* 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchants.... 

Merchant , 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 



State Street .... 
Perkins Street. 



74 m NW Ukiah . 
86 m NW Ukiah. 
93 m NW Ukiah. 
52 m NW Ukiah. 
66 m NW Ukiah . 
39 m NW Ukiah. 
22 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah. 
50 m W Ukiah.... 
50 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah.. 

Main Street , 

15 m SE Ukiah .. 

15 m SE Ukiah... 

16 m SE Ukiah... 
15 m SE Ukiah.. 

Perkins Street , 

State Street 

Ukiah Valley , 

Perkins Street 



Court House .. 
Cahto Valley. 
Coast Road ... 
Coast Road ... 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Ukiah Street. 



Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley.... 
Redwood Valley. 
Redwood Valley. 
Round Valley.... 



Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Bourn's Landing. 
Coffy's Cove 



Long Valley 

Little Lake Valley..., 
Little Lake Valley.... 



Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Canyon Road 



45 m N Ukiah 

70 m NW Ukiah. 
70 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 

45 m NW Ukiah. 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
5mSE Ukiah...... 

4 m N Ukiah 

10 m N Ukiah 

10 m N Ukiah 

65 mN Ukiah 

68 m N Ukiah 

63 mN Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m SW Ukiah.. 
53 m NW Ukiah.. 

46 m NW Ukiah.. 
39 m NW Ukiah., 
24 m NW Ukiah., 
20 m NW Ukiah. 

3£ m N Ukiah 

8mSWUkiah 

8 m SW Ukiah. ... 
20 m SW Ukiah... 
30 m SW Ukiah.., 
30 mSW Ukiah.., 

5 m N Cloverdale., 
30 m SW Ukiah... 



Covelo. 

Ukiah City. 

Hermitage. 

Centreville. 

Gualala. 

Fish Rock. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Miller. 

Coffy's Cove 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Booneville. 

Christeen. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Cahto. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Mend'o City 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Gualala. 

Coffy's Cove 

Noyo. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Booneville. 

Christine. 

Christine. 

Cloverdale. 

Yorkville. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



255 



Name. 



Edwards V Farmer. 

Edsall BE Farmer. 



Occupation. 



Evans Wm A 

Estis Mrs J 

Ellis N 

Ervin D 

EVERSON A 

Filemore C W 

Ferris 

Fitzgerald W C 

Fairbanks C 

Fields P 

Field A 

FieldWm 

PAY J R 

Fletcher C 

Furlong F 

Fraser 

Frank W 

FAUST A 

Fast A 

Farley J 

Fowler Miss E N 

Frost T 

Frost J 

FELTON J 

Fulwider W 

Fenny T 

Fanning H 

FLOWERS F P 

Frost J 

Frost B F 

FISH J 

Faught Jas , 

Fagan W 

Frasier L B 

FOSTER BROS 

FishB 

Falls PK 

FLOWERS F 

Fairbanks H F 

FISH F B .... 

Forsyth B F 

Fraser W G 

Furlong P , 

Forrester T , 

FoyH M 

FOX B B..... 

Fairbanks T J 

Fast Geo , 

Feliz D 

Feliz N 

FANNING N S 

Forse W H 

FOWZER J 

FORD, HEALD & CO. 

FORD WM 

FALK MORRIS 

Fisher H 

Faley J H F , 

FARMER L 

Florence S C 

Freathy E P 

Furley Wm 

FOSTER A 

Flannigan J 

Fowler W 

Gitchell OW 

Goodwin O « 

Gilmore I 

Giberson J 

Gordon J 



Carpenter. 



Merchant 

Laborer 

Variety Store. 

Fireman 

Laborer 

Foreman 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer , 

Farmer , 

Saloon 

Saddler 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser.., 
Stock Raiser.. 
S ock Raiser.. 

Farmer 

Teacher , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fanner 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saw Mill Prop- 
Farmers 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Hotel Pro 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Lighterman 

Wharf Hand 

Mill Hand 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Pro. Stage Line 

Attorney 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Printer 

Farmer 

Painter 

Foreman 

Lumberman 

Restaurant 

Saloon 

Saddler 

Laborer 

Watchman........ 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business 



Sanel Valley. 
Sanel Valley. 



State Street. 



Main Street 

Gualala Mill 

8 m NW Gualala. 
Sanders' Mill 



Navarro Flat... . 
Navarro Ridge. 
Ten Mile River. 



Residence. 



15 m SE Ukiah 
13 m SE Ukiah 
State Street 



Long Valley 

Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 

Round Valley 

Little Lake Valley. 

Big River Road 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Canyon... 

Round Valley 

Round Valley........ 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Dry Creek 

Cold Creek 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Big River Mill 

Knight's Valley 

Sanel Valley 

McDowell Valley... 

Sanel Valley 

Sanel Valley 

Reeves' Lumber Y'd.. 

State Street 

Perkins and School 
State and Standley Sts 
State and Standley Sts 

State Street 

State Street 

Standley and Church. 
Potter Valley 



Casper 

Casper 

Main Street 

Lansing Street 



Gualala Mill.. 
Sanders' Mill. 



Smith Street 

Perkins Street 

45 m NW Ukiah... 
70 m SW Ukiah.... 
65 m SW Ukiah.... 
65 m SW Ukiah.... 

59 m SW Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah 

54 m SW Ukiah 

50 m SW Ukiah 

50 m SW Ukiah 

76 m NW Ukiah.... 
88 m NW Ukiah.... 

64 m NW Ukiah... . 
72 m NW Ukiah.... 
40 m NW Ukiah.... 

20 m NW Ukiah.... 

21 m NW Ukiah.... 

22 mNW Ukiah.... 
22 m NW Ukiah.... 
21 m NW Ukiah.... 

13 m SW Ukiah.... 
30 m SW Ukiah.... 

Round Valley 

Little Lake Valley.. 

6 m W Willitsville. 

£ m S Ukiah 

3 m S Ukiah 

7 m SE Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

63 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

30 m SW Ukiah.... 

12 m N Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

8 mSE Ukiah 

14 mSE Ukiah 

16 m SE Ukiah 

15 m SE Ukiah 

15 m SE Ukiah 

School Street 

Standley Street , 

Main Street 



State Street 

State Street 

School Street 

Smith Street 

16 m N Ukiah 

State and Clay Streets. 

50 m NW Ukiah 

50 m NW Ukiah 

Main Street 

Main Street 

65mSW Ukiah 

70 m SW Ukiah 

65 m SW Ukiah 

58 m SW Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah 



Town or 
Post Office 



Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Mend'o City. 

Gualala. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Miller. 

Miller. 

Miller. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Navarro R... 

Navarro R... 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Ukiah City. 

Christine. 

Covelo. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Whitehall. 

Porno. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Pomo. 

Ukiah City. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Punta Arenas 

Gualala. 

Punta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Miller. 

Coffy's Cove. 



256 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIEECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Gisler B 

Gale WR 

Gray L L 

GORDON ALEX 

Goile J 

Green J 

GILLUM B 

Grubs Geo 

GILBERT J 

GOSS G O 

Gardner S 

Green P 

Glasier J E 

Goff J 

Gosman J 

GUNTLEY A 

Gomez F 

Grey P 

Griffin J 

GIBSON A J 

Gibson T J 

GRAFT J 

GristI 

Grist G 

GIBSON E S 

Gray A , 

Goggins Ed , 

Glay M 

Gushard 

Gibbons R L 

GARSEY E 

GARRISON JOHN 

Gould J 

GoforthM P 

Gordon 

GriffittsI Y 

Glancy P.. 

Galbraith CH 

GALE & GUM 

GALE L L 

GallemoreT J 

Gage J C 

Glover J 4 

GobbeD 

Gattrell M 

Geiger D 

GIBSON & ANDERSON 

GIBSON GEO W 

GIBSON DM 

Gilmor & Leudke 

Gilmor K F 

GESSLER FRANK 

Guisler C 

GREENWOOD M 

Galligher Thos 

Goodsir Dr 

Gray M D 

Gregory W 

GALVIN M J O 

Gunn J 

GRIFFITH J 

Hammond & Philips 

Hammond Thos 

Hale J C 

Hansen K 

Hansen "W 

Hockabouh B 

Horton N 

HAYWOOD W B 

Hargrave Z 

Herren Wm 

Hamilton J A 



Farmer 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser 

Farmer 

Stock Eaiser 

Stock Raiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel Prop'r 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Postmaster 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Farmer 



54 m SW Ukiah. 



Casper Mill 

Ten Mile River. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saddler 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Stock Raiser 

Butcher 

Farmer 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Clerk : 

Jewelers 

Jeweler 

Cabinetmaker ... 
Wagon Maker... 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmith 

Physician 

Clerk 

Mill Hand 

Publisher 

Dentist 

Merchant 

Wood Dealers... 
Wood Dealer.... 

Teamster 

Teamster 

Teamster 

Laborer 

Sawyer 

Superintendent- 
Saloon 

Laborer 

Farmer 



32 m NE Cahto 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 

Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 

Calpella 

Anderson Valley Rd 
Anderson Valley ] 
Anderson Valley 3 
Anderson Valley '. 

Big River Mill 

Big River Mill 

Big River Mill 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley , 



Round Valley., 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



Dry Creek. 
Dry Creek. 



Big River Mill 
Big River Mill 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Sanel Valley... 
Sanel Valley... 



46 m NW Ukiah., 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
78 m NW Ukiah. 
70 m NW Ukiah. 
76 m NW Ukiah. 

47 m N¥ Ukiah. 
40 m NW Ukiah. 
22 m NW Ukiah. 
22 m NW Ukiah. 
6 m NW Ukiah... 
5£ m SW Ukiah.. 
25 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah..., 

J m N Ukiah 

£m N Ukiah 

8m N Ukiah , 

66 m N Ukiah.... 
66 m N Ukiah.... 
68 mN Ukiah.... 
68 m N Ukiah.... 
65 m N Ukiah .... 
65 m N Ukiah.... 
65 m N Ukiah .. .. 

22 m S Ukiah 

35mNE Ukiah.. 
24 m SW Ukiah.. 
24 m SW Ukiah.. 
24 m N Ukiah.... 
30 mN Ukiah.... 
18 m N Ukiah.... 
45 m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah... 



Main Street. ...v.. 
14 m SE Ukiah.. 
14 m SE Ukiah., 



Main Street. 



State and Smith Sts. 
State and Smith Sts. 
State and Smith Sts. 



I m W Ukiah. 
£ m W Ukiah. 



State Street... 
Main Street.. 
Main Street.. 
Noyo River... 
Casper Creek. 
Coast Road... 



Main Street. 
Main Street. 



Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing. 

Gualala Mill 

Gualala Mill 

Fish Rock 



16 m N Ukiah... . 
22 m N Ukiah 

57 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 

Ukiah Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

45 m W Ukiah 

7 m SW Ukiah.. 
87 m SW Ukiah.. 
87mSW Ukiah.., 
87 m SW Ukiah... 
87 m SW Ukiah.., 
87 m SW Ukiah... 
70 m SW Ukiah.., 
70 m SW Ukiah... 

65 m SW Ukiah.., 

66 m SW Ukiah.., 

58 m SW Ukiah.., 



Co fry's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Mend'o City, 

Mend'o City 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Willitsville. 

Willitsville. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Booneville. 

Christine. 

Christine. 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Cloverdale. 

Ukiah City. 

Hermitage. 

Hermitage. 

Porno. 

Pomo. 

Pomo. 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Pomo. 

Willitsville. 

Noyo. 

Casper. 

Little River. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Fish Rock. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



257 



Name. 



Hunter S 

Hathaway Mrs 

Haygreen Jas 

Hitchcock J 

Hughs B 

Huntley J 

Hutton J 

Hitchins J L 

Harris J... 

Hart 

Huff B 

Hurley D 

Hayman J 

Hanley W 

Higgans J 

Higgans Ed 

Higgans A 

Higgans P 

HILDRITH W J 

HILLMANN J 

HOFFMAN J P 

Howell E P 

Hamburg A 

HILDRITH J H 

Henly G W 

Henly W 

HORNBROOK S 

Hocksey J S 

Hughs G W 

Hughs F M 

Handy P 

Hawthorn T 

Hagley P H , 

HAYDEN J J 

Hunter A A 

Hastings T 

HOFFMANN W H, 

Harrison W J 

Herm D 

Hailing F , 

Hailing Wni 

HIATT E M 

Hunt F M 

Hopper WB 

Hopper J 

HUGHS J L 

Hughs D 

Hughs Wm 

HALE L 

Henry T 

Hargrave H 

Harrison T 

HOWARD M W 

Henderson B 

Higgans W 

Hopkins T 

Harris W 

Hargrave C M 

Heldt F 

Haskin C 

Howard T ,.., 

Howard A 

Hardy R A 

Hughs S 

Harman W , 

HENRY WM 

HINKLE T 

Helems 

Hess 

HATCH H T 

Hopper J 

Hopper M 



Occupation. Place of Business. 



Farmer , 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Miller 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Prop Hotel 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Postmaster 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fanner , 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Saloon , 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Trimmer 

Mill Hand 

Blacksmith , 

Postmaster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Trapper 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser...... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Pro Saw Mill.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Coffy's Cove 



Copy's Cove 



Navarro Flat.., 
Navarro Flat.. 
Navarro Flat.. 



Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley.... 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Valley. 



Eel River 

Round Valley, 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley, 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



Navarro Flat , 

Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill.... 
Anderson Valley. 



Potter Valley.. 
Potter Valley., 
Potter Valley . 
Potter Valley.. 
Potter Valley.. 
Potter Valley.. 
Round Valley., 
Round Valley., 
Ukiah Valley.. 
Ukiah Valley.. 
Ukiah Valley.. 
Ukiah Valley.. 
Coyote Valley. 
Coyote Valley. 



Ten Mile River. 



20 m NE Cahto. 
32 m NE Cahto.. 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 

Long Valley 



Sherwood Valley. 



Residence. 



57mSW 
57mSW 
59 m SW 
59 m SW 
55 m SW 
57 m SW 
57 m SW 
57mSW 



Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 
Ukiah. 



52 m SW Ukiah... 
50 m SW Ukiah.. 
50 m SW Ukiah... 
50 m SW Ukiah.. 
52 m SW Ukiah.., 
10 m SE Ukiah ... 
10 m SE Ukiah.... 
10 m SE Ukiah.... 
10 m SE Ukiah... 
4mSEUkiah.... 

3m E Ukiah 

1\ m E Ukiah 

8 m N Ukiah 

24£ m N Ukiah ... 

30 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah...., 
65 m N Ukiah...., 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 mN Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

22 m S Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah.... 
45 m W Ukiah.... 
45 m W Ukiah.... 

20 m S Ukiah 

15 m SW Ukiah... 

23 m N Ukiah 

20 m N Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

23, m N Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

26 m N Ukiah.. .. 
65 m N Ukiah.... 
65m N Ukiah.... 

3 m NE Ukiah.... 
3£ m NE Ukiah... 

4 m NE Ukiah 

3J mNE Ukiah... 

8 m N Ukiah 

7m N Ukiah 

47 m NW Ukiah. 
68 m NW Ukiah. 
78 m NW Ukiah. 
82 m NW Ukiah. 
82 m NW Ukiah. 
84 m NW Ukiah. 
64 m NW Ukiah. 
76 m NW Ukiah. 
49 m N¥ Ukiah. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 
40 m NW Ukiah. 
28 m NW Ukiah. 

9 m NW T Ukiah... 
9 m NW Ukiah... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Cony's Cove. 

Cony's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Miller. 

Cony's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Navarro R. 

Navarro R. 

Navarro R. 

Navarro R. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 
. Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 
.Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Willitsville. 

Glenmark. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 
, Covelo. 

Cloverdale. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Yorkville. 

Booneville. 

Centreville. 
. Centreville. 

Centreville. 

Centreville. 

Centreville. 

Centreville. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 
- Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 
. Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Mend'o City. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 



33 



258 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OP 



Name. 



Hunt J 

Harrison J 

Hahne F H 

Holmes HP 

Hoiks E > 

Hayman B 

Hefley J T 

Hatch F 

Harron J 

HARP A 

HENRY J R 

HOWELL ORRIN 

HouxJW 

Holman H 

Hargis Rev LD 

Hughes J H 

Hunter.. 

HARRISON R 

Haskell Miss P 

Harris Wm 

HinesS 

HOLLIDAY WM F 

Hocker G- A 

Haskett S 

Haskett Mrs J 

Hart J S 

HEALD GEO WM 

HOFMAN H & O 

HOFMAN O 

HOFMAN H 

Hocker G A 

Hale 

HAILE J S 

HILDRETH R M 

HeiselP 

Huntley T B 

HOPPER G B 

HATCH S B 

Hooper J 

Hooper Wm 

HELDT G 

Harris Miss E 

Heath C 

Heath S 

Heath M 

Heeser Bros 

Heeser Wm 

HEESER AUGUSTUS.. 

Hamilton O 

HANSON P 

Hill S. 

Hiett T L. 

Hill S. 

HAZELT N M M 

Inman J. 

Ingram N V, 

Ingram D. 

Ingram C, 

IRISH H C 

Irvine C A. 

Ingram A B 

IVERSEN S. 

IVERSEN NILES. 

JACKSON G W. 

Johnson W. 

JACKSON W S. 

JOHNSON D T 

Johnson H. 

Jacobs I. 

Jackson F. 

JOHNSON 

Johnson J. 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Tail Stocker 

Fireman 

Blacksmith 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Raiser 

Laborer 

Clergyman 

Constable 

Teacher 

County Judge. ... 

Dressmaker 

Musician 



Architect 

Salesman 

Mail Contractor 



Variety Store... 

Merchant 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Attorney 

Market 

Shoemaker 

Glove Maker.... 

Blacksmith , 

Blacksmith 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Livery 

Milliner 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Notary Public. 

Laborer 

Shoe Store 

Minister 

Carpenter , 

Farmer 

Photographer... 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

County Clerk..., 

Painter 

Blacksmith 

Capitalist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Prop Hotel 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley 

Heeser Road 

Navarro River .... 
Navarro River .... 
Navarro River .... 
Navarro River .... 

Main Street 

Knight's Valley... 

Sanel Valley 

Ukiah Road 



Rd 
Rd 
Rd 
Rd 



Court House 



State Street. 



State Street 

State and Standley Sts 
State and Perkins... 
State and Perkins... 

San Francisco 

State and Perkins... 

Perkins Street 

Court House 

State Street 

State Street 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Coast Road 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Main Street 



18 m SW Ukiah.. 
25 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 
20 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m W Ukiah..., 
50 m W Ukiah.... 
50 m W Ukiah..., 
50 m W Ukiah.... 

Main Street 

8mSE Ukiah 

16 m SE Ukiah .. 
25 m SE Ukiah ... 
School Street 



Morris Street. 



Extension of Perkins St 



County Road, 



Main and Church. 

Main Street 

State Street 

Ukiah Hotel 



School Street. 



Ukiah Street. 
Ukiah Street. 
Ukiah Street. 



Main Street. 



Millican Street. 
Calpella Street. 



Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Court House 



Ukiah Valley 

Rock Tree Valley. 

Eden Valley 

Round Valley 

Bourn's Landing.. 
Steen's Landing... 



School Street 

Perkins Street 

Perkins Street 

Main Street 

State Street 

16 m N Ukiah.... 
18 m N Ukiah...., 
70 m NW Ukiah., 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 

Main Street 

65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 

Millican Street 

Calpella Street — 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 
25 m SW Ukiah.. 
25 m SW Ukiah.. 
25mSW Ukiah.. 
27 m SW Ukiah.. 

Perkins Street 

65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 

5 m SE Ukiah 

27 m N Ukiah 

40 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah.., 
70 m SW Ukiah.., 
57 m SW Ukiah.., 
54 m SW Ukiah.., 
75 m SW Ukiah... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Ukiah City. 

Booneville. 

Christine. 

Christine. 

Ukiah City. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Cloverdale. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Porno. 

Centreville. 

Kibesillah. 

Casper. . 

Casper. 

Casper. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Little River. 
Mend'o City. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Manchester. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Ukiah City. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Glenmark. 
Covelo. 
Gualala. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Coffy's Cove. 
Kibesillah. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



259 



"Name. 



Jackson 

JuddB 

Jenkins J 

Jones 

James K 

Joy CH 

Jesperson Niles 

JAMISON J 

JACKSON A 

Justice & Kutter , 

Justice Miss J 

Jones H M 

JOHNSON O H P 

Jones F 

Johnson J 

Johnson A 

Johnson L 

Kelly J P 

Kelly J 

Knapp JM 

Kindell AB , 

Kane D 

KIMBALL & ZUVER. 

KIMBALL J S 

Keene J 

KNOWLAND J M 

Kenny J 

Kerr W :. 

Keizer M 

Keizer A 

Keizer N 

Killion JL 

Kingsbury L 

Knowles 

King MO 

Kindle Judge 

Kommisky P 

Kelly R 

Kupp JN 

Kalin T 

Kinney , 

Kelly OS 

Kavanaugh N R 

KNIGHT JOHN 

KNOX JOS A 

Kelton M A , 

KING DR E J 

Kellen Robt .'. 

KING J 

Kelly F 

Kent WH 

KuhnFG 

Kelly WH 

Lohman C 

Lord T 

Lynch & Kinney 

Langton M 

Light N J 

LAWSON WM., 

Lane Wm 

Lane J 

Lynch Thos 

Lake I) 

Lemsine J 

Little T 

Lewis P 

Lance G 

Linstrim J 

Laflin N 

Liballislai A 

Lynch N 

Lockhart 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Mill Hand 

Stage Prop 

Livery Stable.... 

Millinery 

Milliner ... 

Boots and Shoes, 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Shoemaker 

Laborer 

Shoemaker 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser , 

Stock Raiser 

Stock Raiser 



Stock Raiser.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Wharf Hand. 
Mill Hand .... 



Saloon 

Farmer 

Merchant ... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Attorney 

Physician ... 

Sawyer 

Saloon 

Shoemaker. 

Butcher 

Cook 

Merchant ... 
Mill Hand . 
Carpenter ... 

Saloon 

Laborer 

Mill Man... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Steward 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer ...... 



Place of Business. 



Eel River 

Long Valley 

Little Lake Valley. 



Big River Mill 



State Street 

Perkins Street 

Perkins Street 

Potter Valley..' 

Little Lake Valley. 
Casper 



Main Street , 

S teen's Landing. 



Miller 

Miller 

Coffy's Cove 



Coffy's Cove 



26 mNE Cahto 

Long Valley 

Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 

Heeser Road 

Canyon Road 

Navarro Mill 

Big River Mill 

Coast Road 

Coffy's Cove 



Booneville 

Sanel Valley 

Sanel Valley 

School Street 

State Street 

Noyo River 

Casper 

Casper 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Main and Lansing. 
Big River Mill .... 
Big River Mill .... 
Coffy's Cove 



Sanders' Mill. 



Coffy's Cove. 



Coffy's Cove.. 
Navarro Flat. 



Ten Mile River. 
Ten Mile River. 



Residence. 



66 m NW Ukiah., 
73 m NW Ukiah.. 
53 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
22 m NW Ukiah.. 
30 m SW Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah.... 
Main Street 



Perkins Street.... 
16 m N Ukiah... 
22 m N Ukiah..., 
50 m N Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah. 

Main Street , 

Main Street , 

65 m N Ukiah.... 
7G / m N Ukiah ... 
62 mSW Ukiah. 
38 m SW Ukiah. 
38 m SW Ukiah. 
60 m SW Ukiah. 
60mSW Ukiah. 



56 m SW Ukiah.... 
56 m SW Ukiah.... 
78 m NW Ukiah .. 
107 m NW Ukiah. 
107 m NW Ukiah, 
107 m NW Ukiah. 
70 m NW Ukiah.. 
40 m NW Ukiah.. 

23 m SW Ukiah... 
25mSW Ukiah... 
12 m NW Ukiah.. 
8 m N Cloverdale., 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

55 mSW Ukiah.... 

24 m SW Ukiah.. . 
20 mSW Ukiah... 
10J mSE Ukiah... 
14 m SE Ukiah .... 



State Street 

57 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m W Ukiah...., 
45 m W Ukiah.... 
Main and Lansing 
45 m W Ukiah.... 
45 m W Ukiah.... 

55 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
59 m SW Ukiah... 

56 m SW Ukiah... 
56 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m SW Ukiah... 
59 m SW Ukiah... 
59 m SW Ukiah... 
59 m SW Ukiah... 
59 m SW Ukiah... 
54 m SW Ukiah... 
54 m SW Ukiah... 
50 m SW Ukiah... 
47 m NW Ukiah.. 
75 m NW Ukiah.. 
75 m NW Ukiah.. 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Willitsville. 

Christine. 

Mend'o City 



Citv. 
City. 
City. 
City. 



Ukiah 

Ukiah 

Ukiah 

Ukiah 

Porno. 

Willitsville 

Casper. 

Punta Arenas 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City. 

Covelo. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Miller. 

Miller. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Ukiah City. 

Cloverdale. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City. 

Little River. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Hermitage. 

Booneville. 

Sanel. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah 

Ukiah 

Noyo. 

Casper. 

Casper. 

Little River. 

Little River. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Punta Arenas 

Punta Arenas 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Miller. 

Miller. 

Miller. 

Miller. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Coffy's Cove. 

Navarro R. 

Mend'o City. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 



City. 
City. 



260 



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Name. 



Loucks W 

Langher J J 

Lamneath J F 

LIKINS L 

Lawson S 

Leach J 

LAMBERT WM 

LenfestE G 

Leatherland J 

Lauhlin H J 

Leger A 

LovellHS 

Lockhart S 

Lacock D K 

LAMBERT B 

Lowry D H 

Laferty J N 

Lawson N C 

Leuedke E 

LOCKHART S 

Lambert J 

Ledford J 

Ledford S 

Lance J A 

Lamphier 

Long A 

LEVY J 

LONG L F 

Lamkin CH 

Lane 

Lamar G 

Lammers Mrs J D 

Lamar E A 

LYNCH MRS B 

Lott N 

LeyHD 

Lay ton F B 

LOWELL & DEVILBISS 

LOWELL A J 

Linscott C 

LINDBERG J D 

LaneDrN W 

Lancaster K 

Lyman C 

Lindeross G 

Le Valley D T 

Lansing D F 

MarkellE B 

McKinney "W 

McDonald Geo 

McElhaney W H 

MOSHIER J 

McClendon J T 

Mann I 

Moore WW 

Merryman A 

Miller J 

McClellan G W 

McGimsey P 

McGimsey J 

McABEE J W 

McABEE GEO 

McABEE M 

McKeynolds J 

Mahurien A 

Mahurien W 

Mozle Wm 

Moody WH 

Munson H 

McCUTCHEN J 

McClellan J 

McCoy Wm 



Occupation. 



Farmer 

Stock Raiser. 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Fa-mer 

Farmer , 



Place or Business. 



Axle Grease M'f Canyon Koad 



Mill Man. 
Engineer , 
Farmer..., 
Farmer ... 
Constable 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer.... 
Musician . 
Merchant 
Farmer ... , 
Farmer.... 
Farmer.... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer .... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer 
Merchant. 
Farmer ..., 
Plasterer.. 
Carpenter. 
Grocer , 



Grocer 

Editress , 

Printer , 

Postmaster , 

Blacksmith 

Hotel Props.... 

Hotel Prop 

Mill Hand 

Harness Store.. 

Physician 

Shoemaker 

Hotel 

Justice Peace.., 
Laborer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel Pro 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel Proprietor 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Stock Kaiser 

Merchant 

Cook 

Head Edger 

Log Hauler 

Picket Sawyer... 



34 m NE Cahto 

Long Valley 

Sherwood Valley 

Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 



Navarro Mill.. 
Navarro Mill.. 
Ukiah Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Roidere Valley , 

Little Lake Valley.... 



Cold Creek... 
Sanel Valley. 
Sanel Valley. 



State Street. 



State Street 

School and Perkins- 
School and Perkins ... 

State Street 

Main Street 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Rattlesnake Creek 



Residence. 



86 m NW Ukiah Kibesillah. 

78 m NW Ukiah Cahto. 

40 m NW Ukiah Cahto. 

30 m NW Ukiah Sherwood V. 

25 m SW Ukiah Booneville. 

25 m SW Ukiah Booneville. 

8 m N Cloverdale Cloverdale. 

50 m W Ukiah Navarro. 

50 m W Ukiah Navarro. 

4 m SE Ukiah Ukiah City. 

65 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

65 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

67 mN Ukiah Covelo. 

67 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

67 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

67 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

65 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

65 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

65 m N Ukiah Covelo. 

50 m NW Ukiah Covelo. 

27 m NE Ukiah Willitsville 

32 m SW Ukiah Yorkville 

32 m SW Ukiah Yorkville. 

24 m N Ukiah Porno. 

25 mN Ukiah Pomo. 

11 m N Ukiah Pomo. 

Main Street Sanel. 

11 m SE Ukiah Sanel. 

Perkins Street Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Main Street , 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Perkins Street 

State Street 

State Street 

45 mN Ukiah.... 
70 m NW Ukiah 
70 m NW Ukiah 
45 m W Ukiah... 
Main Street 



Town or 
Post Office 



Little Lake Valley.. 
Little Lake Valley.. 



Calpella , 



Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 

Heeser Road 

Heeser Road 

Canyon Road 

Junct Coast & Val Rd 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 



65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 

Main Street 

80 m NW Ukiah. 
60 m NW Ukiah., 
72 m NW Ukiah., 
22 m NW Ukiah., 
22 m NW Ukiah.. 
11 m NW Ukiah. 
9 m NW Ukiah... 
7 m NW Ukiah.. 
6 m NW Ukiah... 

2£ m N Ukiah 

2 m N Ukiah , 

20 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m SW Ukiah... 
22 m SW Ukiah... 
m NW Ukiah..., 
5 m NW Ukiah..., 

5m N Ukiah 

50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 



Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Cahto. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Little River. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Pun ta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Mend'o City. 
Kibesillah. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Cloverdale. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



261 



Name. 



Occupation. Place of Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Murphy P 

Mahurin J 

MILLER J H 

McClure Jas.. 

MankinsMrs E 

MORRIS H M 

McKenly J 

McGrath J 

MalleryE 

McPherson W P 

Marsh J 

Mathews J R 

Malindy W P 

Marsen G W 

MAXWELL G 

Murphy W 

Moore B 

McCombs A 

Murphy A J 

Murphy R 

Moran M 

MILLER T 

Moore B 

MONTAGUE & HENRY 

MONTAGUE L D . 

Milney J 

Matson E 

Munson D 

Markham W W 

Mendocino Lumber Co 

Morse S 

Munson Wm 

Marshall J 

McAuliffe J 

Moody T 

McGee H P 

MOORE G W 

McColloughS 

Moore A 

McCreary J 

Moran J 

Maxwell A 

Malmchrist G 

McNealJ 

MaddixE 

McMillan J 

Monte J 

Milican J W 

Miller F 

McKenzie J 

McCloudT 

McMaster A j 

Munroe Wm 

McCaullin N 

McKennen W 

McLaughlin D 

Maloney 

McManus Mrs C 

Mabel F 

MitchellJM 

McDonald A 

Mclntire A J 

McClennan J 

Miller Geo 

McDonald W 

McDonald J K 

Marsh E 

McGEE P T 

McRay & Stewart 

McRay M S 

Milton C C 

MacPherson & Weatherbee.... 



Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer .... 

Farmer 

Farmer ... . 
Laborer .... 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ..... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Barber 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Farmer .... 
Mill Hand. 
Mill Hand 
Mill Hand 



Little Lake Valley. 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Valley..., 



Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley . 
Round Valley. 
Round Valley. 



27 m NE Ukiah... 

2 mS Ukiah 

m E Ukiah 

3 mE Ukiah 

1 m N Cloverdale. 

2 m N Ukiah 

2m N Ukiah , 

2 m N Ukiah , 

4mNUkiah , 

10£ m N Ukiah..., 
20 m NW Ukiah. 
65 m N Ukiah .... 
65 m N Ukiah ...., 
65 m N Ukiah .,.. 
65 m N Ukiah .... 
65 m N Ukiah ... 
65 mN Ukiah 



Round Valley. 



Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Laborer.. 

Lumberman... 

Laborer 

Laborer , 

Laborer 

Planer 

Sawyer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Hotel 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith ... 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer , 

Hotel Prop.... 

Tanner 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Chute Props 

Chute Prop 

Clerk 

Noyo Lumber M 



Ukiah Valley.. 
Ukiah Valley .. 
Roidere Valley , 
Round Valley.. 
Round Valley.. 
Ukiah Valley.. 
Big River Mill . 
Big River Mill , 
Big River Mill , 
Big River Mill , 
Big River Mill 
Big River Mill , 
Big River Mill , 
Albion River.... 



Potter Valley. 
Potter Valley. 
Potter Valley. 
Potter Valley 



Potter Valley. 



Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing . 
Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing . 
Steen's Landing.. 

Sanders' Mill 

Sanders' Mill 

Sanders' Mill 

Sanders' Mill 

Sanders' Mill 



Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 



Coffy's Cove.., 
Coffy's Cove.. 
Navarro Flat. 
Albion Mill... 
Pine Grove.... 
Pine Grove.... 



Potter Valley 
Coast Road.... 
Coast Road ... 
Noyo River... 
Noyo River.... 



65 mN Ukiah 

24 m S Ukiah , 

4i m SE Ukiah 

m E Ukiah 

50 m NW Ukiah., 

65 m N Ukiah , 

65 m N Ukiah 

4 m NE Ukiah.... 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah., 
45 m NW Ukiah., 
48 m W Ukiah.... 
30 m SW Ukiah... 

22 m N Ukiah ...., 

23 m N Ukiah ...., 

23 m N Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

25 m N Ukiah 

17 mN Ukiah 

Ukiah Street 

87 m SW Ukiah.. 
87 m SW Ukiah.. 

7mSW Ukiah.. 
87 m SW Ukiah.., 

69 mSW Ukiah.., 
65 m SW Ukiah.., 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah.., 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 

57 mSW Ukiah... 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 
59 m SW Ukiah. . , 
55 mSW Ukiah.., 
55 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m SW Uidah... 

58 m SW Ukiah... 
55 m NW Ukiah.. 
54 m NW Ukiah. 

50 m NW Ukiah. 
44 m SW Ukiah.. 
48 m NW Ukiah. 
48 m NW Ukiah. 

51 m NW Ukiah. 

18 m NW Ukiah . 

70 m NW Ukiah. 
70 m NW Ukiah. 
57 m NW Ukiah. 
57 m NW Ukiah. 



Willitsville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Co /elo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Cloverdale. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Ukiah City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Albion. 
Yorkville. 
Centreville. 
Centreville. 
Centreville. 
Centreville. 
Pomo. 
Pomo. 

Mend'o City. 
Gual ala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Coffy's Cove, 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Miller. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove 
Navarro R. 
Albion. 
Mend'o City 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Centreville. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Noyo. 
Noyo. 



262 



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Name. 



O. 



MacPherson AW.. 

Miller A 

McCann A 

Mathews O 

Mathews J 

Moss WS 

Mc Call urn D W 

MORRISON G I 

Mahlman A F 

McCormack Dr W.. 

McClelland P H , 

Marks S 

Morgan L A 

McDonald J 

Moore S B 

MORSE L G 

Mathews E F 

Morse Dr J G 

Millican D 

Myers S C 

Marshall 

McGlashan John.... 

Moore John 

McCain J P 

MILLER E F 

Montour J 

McGARVEY R 
McGIMSEY T J 

Mcdonald a 

Miller J 

Mathers Geo 

McDOUALL GEO 
McCOWEN D D S GEO 
MONTGOMERY ALEX 

Moore & Chamhars 

Moore J E 

Morse Dr L 

Morris John W 

Madden K E 

McGEE & RADER 

Noble 

Nugent T 

Nugent P 

Nickerson Capt , 

Newman A 

Nickery D 

Nobbery J 

NewE 

NORRISL 

Norton N 

Noble A 

Nunn TM 

Nunn H , 

Notashay 

Nichols J P 

NORRIS A 

Nadro M 

Nour J 

Nissin Wm 

NewfieldM ., 

NewfieldN 

Norris H M, 

NESTLER JOHN 

Nutting H C , 

NORAGER CHAS 

NORTON W H 

NELSON A 

Olmstead C 

O'Neil Wm 

O'BrienM 

Owens 

OdellH 



Occupation. 



Pro Noyo L M... 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Teamster 

Superintendent .. 

Hotel Pro 

Hotel 

Physician 

Tailor 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Cook 

Teamster 

Attorney 

Blacksmith 

Physician 

Log Contractor.. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Cabinet Maker.. 
Barber Shop...... 

Laborer 

Attorney 

Merchant 

Hotel Prop 

Carpenter 



Place of Business. 



Noyo Kiver.... 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper 

Casper Mill... 
Coast Eoad..., 
Coast Eoad.... 
Coast Eoad... 
Main Street... 
Ukiah Street. 
Main Street... 



Sanel Valley. 
Sanel Valley. 
Sanel Valley. 



Druggist 

Dentist 

Editor 

Saloon 

Saloon 

Physician 

Butcher 

Teamster 

Merchants 

Farmer 

Paper Manufac'r 
Paper Manufac'r 

Saw Mill 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Shoemaker 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Mill Hand 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Mail Contractor 
Harness Manuf r 

Hotel Pro 

Hotel Pro 

Hotel Pro 

Constable 

Wood Dealer.... 

Farmer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 



State Street... 
Ukiah Street 



School and Perkins .. 
State and Standley.... 
Cloverdale&UkiahEd 



State Street 

State Street 

Standley and School. 
Standley and State... 
Standley and State... 

School Street 

State Street 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 



Coffy'sCove 

Navarro Flat... 
Navarro Eidge. 



Long Valley 

Little Lake Valley.. 



Anderson Valley.. 
Anderson Valley. 

Heeser Eoad 

Big Eiver Mill .... 

Ukiah Valley 

Eound Valley , 

Potter Valley 



Standley Street. 
Potter Valley .., 

Coast Eoad 

Main Street 



Bourn's Landing. 



Pine Grove 

Sherwood Valley. 
Anderson Valley . 



Eesidence. 



57 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah., 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
46 m W Ukiah.... 
46 m W Ukiah.... 
46 m W Ukiah.... 
46 m W Ukiah.... 
46 m W Ukiah..:. 

Main Street... 

Main Street 

65 mSW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah.., 
Millican Street 

13 mSE Ukiah... 

14 m SE Ukiah... 

12mSE Ukiah 

Perkins Street 

Pine and Smith... 

School Avenue 

School Street 

Bush and Perkins. 

Main Street 

22 mSE Ukiah.... 

Perkins Street 

Perkins Street 

Ukiah Hotel 

State Street 



Perkins Street. 



State Street , 

16 m N Ukiah 

18 m N Ukiah 

70 m SW Ukiah.. 
57 mSW Ukiah... 
57 m SW Ukiah . 
55 m SW Ukiah. 
55 m SW Ukiah . 
50 m SW Ukiah ., 
50 m SW Ukiah.. 
80 m NW Ukiah. 
40 m NW Ukiah. 
20 m NW Ukiah. 
25 m SW Ukiah.., 
30 m SW Ukiah... 
30 m SW Ukiah.. 

14 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m W Ukiah.... 
\\ m NE Ukiah . 
65 m N Ukiah 

15 m N Ukiah 

65 m SW Ukiah.., 
65 mSW Ukiah... 
85 m SW Ukiah... 

State Street 

State Street 

16 m N Ukiah .... 
45 m W Ukiah. ... 

Main Street 

45 m NW Ukiah., 
87 mSW Ukiah... 
53 m SW Ukiah.. 
48 m NW Ukiah.. 
30 m NW Ukiah. 
5mSWUkiah.... 



Town or 
Post Office 



Noyo. 

Casper. 
Casper. 



Casper. 
Casper. 
Casper. 
Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Mend'o City 
Mend'o City 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Mend'o City, 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Cloverdale. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Pomo. 
Centreville. 
Gualala. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Coffy's Cove 
Coffy's Cove. 
Navarro E. 
Navarro E. 
Kibesillah. 
Cahto. 
Willitsville. 
Booneville. 
Christine. 
Christine. 
Ukiah City. 
Mend'o City 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Pomo. 
Punta Arena; 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Pomo. 

Little Eiver. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Gualala. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Mend'o City. 
Sherwood V. 
Ukiah City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



263 



Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business. 



Eesidence. 



Town or 
PostOffice 



Owens W P 

Obarr A 

Owens Wm 

Olsen M 

Olsen J 

O'Brien E 

O'Farrell P K 

ODELL & HOFFMANN 

ODELL A 

Ornburn W 

Ornburn J 

Orr Saml 

Owens Mrs S 

Osborn C 

Ogden Mrs 

Odell N 

OVERMYBR J Q 

Odell D 

Olliver D 

Oscar Geo 

Patton J 

Prather C 

Perry D 

Prather W 

Plummer Wm 

Peterson C 

Perry J 

Paddleford D A 

Peterson W H H 

Parsons IS" 

Pierce Wm E 

Perkins F S 

PERKINS O A 

PHILBRICK Q O 

Pierson E 

Peterson Mrs Mary 

PARDON MRS H 

Patton W 

PULLIN W 

Potter E E , 

Potter W 

Perrington S A , 

Peterson Bros,. 

PURCELL P.... 

Prising G J 

PERRY A O 

Powers E 

Phillips J D 

Preston L E 

Peto C 

PETERS WM 

PETERS H 

Phillips John 

Peterson C 

Porter 

Peeples H A 

Pooler W 

Patton T S 

Pounds I 

Pillpott 

Pease C B ,. 

Pease C 

Polland 

Phillips P 

Peoples E T 

Pullen WS 

Pullen C 

Perkins C 

Patton Thos 

Packard A A 

Purdy H 

Pinches S 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Marker 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Farmer 

Blacksmiths.... 
Blacksmith — 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fruit Grower... 



Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 

Navarro Mill 

Big Eiver Mill 

Big Eiver Mill 



Eound Valley. 
Eound Vallev. 



State Street. 



Carpenter 



20 m SW Ukiah. 
22 m SW Ukiah. 
20 m SW Ukiah. 
50 m W Ukiah.., 
45 m W Ukiah.. 
45 m W Ukiah.. 
66 m N Ukiah ... 
65 m N Ukiah.... 
65 m N Ukiah.... 
32 m SW Ukiah. 
32 m SW Ukiah. 

State Street , 

School Street 

Perkins Street.... 
Perkins Street.... 



Laborer 

Stage Prop'r 

Hardware 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Watchman 

Planer 

Board Sorter 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Lumberman 

Saw Mill Prop.. 

Market Prop 

Printer 



State Street. 



Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Big Eiver Mill 

Big Eiver Mill 

Big Eiver Mill 

Coast Eoad 

Coast Eoad 

Little Eiver 

Main Street 

Main Street 



Boarding House 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmers 

Farmer 

Book Store 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Wood Dealer.... 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Filer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Vichy Soda Springs... 



Eound Valley. 
Eound Valley. 
Eound Valley. 



Main Street 

State Street 

65 m SW Ukiah. 

Main Street 

20 m SW Ukiah. 
25 m SW Ukiah. 
30 m SW Ukiah. 
24 m SW Ukiah. 
50 m W Ukiah. ., 
50 m W Ukiah... 
50 m W Ukiah... 
45m W Ukiah... 
45 m W Ukiah. . 
45 m W Ukiah.., 
45 m W Ukiah.. 
45 m W Ukiah.., 
45 m W Ukiah.., 

Main Street 

Main Street 

Main Street , 

3 m E Ukiah 

L3 mN Ukiah.... 
63 mN Ukiah... , 
65 m N Ukiah.... 
65 m N Ukiah.... 



Eound Valley. 
Eound Valley. 
Eound Valley. 
Coyote Valley. 
Potter Valley. 
Potter Valley. 



Bourn's Landing. 
Bourn's Landing. 



Gualal a Mill 



Steen's Landing. 



Foreman. 

Filer 

Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 

Farmer ... 
Farmer ... 
Farmer .., 
Farmer .., 
Farmer ... 



Sander's Mill 
Albion Mill... 



Long Valley. 



65 m N Ukiah 

m N Ukiah.... 

65 m N Ukiah 

6m N Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah... . 

22 mN Ukiah 

65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah.. 
87 m SW Ukiah.. 
87 m SW Ukiah . 
70 m SW Ukiah.., 

70 m SW Ukiah.. 
72 m SW Ukiah.. 

71 mSW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 
57 m SW Ukiah.. 
54 m SW Ukiah.. 
44 m SW Ukiah.. 
44 m SW Ukiah.. 
42 m SW Ukiah.. 
41 m SW Ukiah.. 

7 m NW Ukiah. 
80 m NW Ukiah., 
46 m NW Ukiah., 
49 m NW Ukiah., 



Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Navarro. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Yorkville. 
Yorkville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Punta Arenas 
Mend'o City. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Christine. 
Booneville. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Ukiah City. 
Centreville. 
Centreville. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Fish Eock. 
Fish Eock. 
Punta Arenas 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Albion. 
Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Cahto. 
Cab to. 



264 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTORY OP 



Name. 



Occupation. Place of Business. 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post Office 



POE R H 

Pile 

POLAND W 

Parten J 

PitnerD G 

Paterson Thos 

Parsons Wm 

Parsons Thos 

Parsons K 

Parsons J 

PIKE DR H G 

Penia Bias 

Penia L 

Porter Mrs J E 

Perkins J F 

PAGE J 

Pratt DrE H 

Purdy TV 

PAGE R H 

PAGE <fe MILLER... 

Pressey Mrs M 

Perkins AT 

Parsley Mrs L 

Perkins Frank 

PARTIN MRS M A. 

Powell HT , 

Perry Capt J M 

Peterson TH 

Pullen Jas , 

Pierce Geo D 

QUINLIVIN M 

Quinlivin D 

Quimby D S 

RHODES G T 

Ruddie L , 

Ruddie M 

ROBERTSON N S- . 

REDVINE P A 

Redvine W 

Robertson J 

RikertM 

Ray M A 

Rogers & Carter 

Ross J R 

Rader C , 

Ristine & Thomas 

Read J 

Riley J , 

Ramstead J 

Ryerson 

Runk Wm 

Rogers J T - 

Reese T 

RiceC 

Rueckert A , 

RafteF 

Robker R 

Robker I...... , 

Reenking C W 

Renshaw J 

Roche P 

Roche R..... 

Reid 

RICE WM 

Ray T 

Requa Alf. , 

RielP 

Rouse L 

Raymon Geo.. 

Russe H 

ROWILSON W D..., 
Rowilson J G 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Wheelwright 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer .'. 

Physician 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Long Valley. 



Sherwood Valley, 
Walker Valley.... 



Main Street 

McDowell Valley. 
McDowell Valley. 
McDowell Valley. 
McDowell Valley. 

Sanel Valley 

Sanel VaPey 

Sanel Valley 



Blacksmith 

Barber... 

Physician 

Clerk 

Barber 

Barbers 

S Machine Ag't 
Blacksmith 



State Street. 
State S«reei 



State and Standley. 

Ukiah House 

Ukiah House 

State Street 

State Street 



41 m NW Ukiah. 
38 m NW Ukiah. 
34 m NW Ukiah. 
16 m NW Ukiah. 
1J- m NW Ukiah. 

Main Street 

16 m SE Ukiah.., 
16 m SE Ukiah ... 
16 m SE Ukiah... 
16 m SE Ukiah... 

14 m SE Ukiah... 

15 m SE Ukiah... 
15 m SE Ukiah... 

State Street 

Morris Street , 

Morris Street 

Morris Street 

Morris Street 

School Avenue.... 



State Street. 
Main Street. 



Blacksmith 

Hotel Prop'r 

Dep'ty Assessor, 
Harbor Master.., 

Ship Builder 

Lumberman 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Hairdresser 

Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Pro Saw Mill.... 

Farmer 

Merchants , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmers 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Head Sawyer 

Off Bearer 

Wharf Hand 

Watchman 



State Street 

Main Street 

Coast Road 

Noyo River , 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Bourn's Landing. 
Calpella 



Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Anderson Valley 



Booneville 

Potter Valley 
Potter Valley. 



Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 



Laborer 

Foreman 

Postmaster.. . 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Lumberman. 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Little Lake Valley.... 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Big River Mill 

Coast Road 

Bourn's Landing 

Gualala Mill 

Manchester 

Cony's Cove 

Coffy's Cove 

Cony's Cove 

Navarro Flat 



Long Valley 

Sherwood Valley. 



Little Lake Valley.... 
Little Lake Valley.... 



Main Street 

16 m N Ukiah 

70 m NW Ukiah... 
57 m NW Ukiah... 

45 m W Ukiah , 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah..., 
6 mNW Ukiah.... 
65 m SW Ukiah.... 

2 m S Ukiah 

2 m S Ukiah 

2 m S Ukiah 

£mN Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

3 m SE Ukiah 

29 m SW Ukiah.... 

25 m SW Ukiah.... 

20 m SW Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

20 m N Ukiah 

23 m SW Ukiah.... 

30 m SW Ukiah.... 
12 m NW Ukiah.. 
20 m NW Ukiah.., 
Little Lake Valley. 

50 m W Ukiah , 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah.... 

OmSW Ukiah.... 
59 mSW Ukiah .... 
55 m SW Ukiah.... 
55 m SW Ukiah..... 

55 m SW Ukiah 

50 m SW Ukiah 

46 m NW Ukiah.... 
50 m NW Ukiah.... 
36 m NW Ukiah.... 
30 m NW Ukiah.. . 
28 m NW Ukiah.... 

26 m NW Ukiah.... 

24 m NW Ukiah.... 

22 mNW Ukiah.... 

23 m NW Ukiah.... 



Cahto. 
Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Porno. 
Kibesillah. 
Noyo. 

Little River. 
Little River. 
Little River. 
Gualala. 
Ukiah City. 
Punta Arenas 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Ukiah City. 
Hermitage. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Centreville. 
Centreville. 
Porno. 
Booneville. 
Clristine. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Mend'o City 
Little River. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Manchester. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Navarro R. 
Mend'o City. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 
Sherwood V. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



265 



"Name. 



Occupation. 



Place of Business, 



Kesidence. 



Town or 
Post-Office 



Rowland J , 

Rien Wm 

Rawls R 

Rawls T 

Rawls J 

Rogers J T 

Rock W 

Ramsey Wm 

Rogers John , 

REEVES T 

ReedJS 

Reynolds Mrs F 

Redemeyer A F 

Reeves E W 

Remish L , 

Rutter MissF 

Rea JM 

RADER D 

Ryan Mrs L , 

Ross A C 

Ross Rev J S 

ROBINSON O D. 

Rogers A T 

Ruddock J ..., 

Rand F 

Randolph S W 

Schlitz C 

SMITH THOS 

Silverhorn C T 

Simily S 

Spring Geo 

Short J G 

SHEPPARD W... 

Shrum A J 

Steele J M 

Stunner R , 

Springs D 

Southard WH 

STEPHENS S 

Slinglan H 

Snyder "W 

StOrs Geo , 

St Ors Wm 

SnellAE 

Stanley J 

Stanley AD 

ShawP H 

Saulshury J 

Seely G W 

STEEN WM 

Smith C 

Sangster J 

Swansen P 

Smith Thos 

Smith Jas 

Stuart J 

Scott HB 

Sheppard J 

Smalley J 

Stewart S C 

Shevrel B 

Sanders A , 

Shoemeck L 

Shoemeck Wm 

Spooner J Q 

Scott W 

Stinson P 

Silveira V 

Stone M , 

Svenson Sven 

ShultzF , 

Sullivan J 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Lumber Dealer. 
Capitalist 



Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 
Anderson Valley R'd 

Ukiah Road 

Russian River Canyon 



B'k 



Pres Ukiah 
Clerk 

Auctioneer 

Millinery Store .. 



State Street- 
State Street. 



2\ mN Ukiah..., 
25 m SW Ukiah. 
25 m SW Ukiah. 
25 m SW Ukiah. 
25 m SW Ukiah. 
20 m SW Ukiah 
22 m SW Ukiah.. 
22 m SE Ukiah .. 
18 m SE Ukiah.. 

Perkins Street 

Oak Street 

Main Street 

Church Street 



Merchant 

Millinery 

Foreman 

Bapt Minister.... 

Hotel Prop 

Blacksmith 

Teacher 

Printer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Boatman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer ... 

Restaurant 

Dentist 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Tel Agent & Opr 

Barker 

Barker 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Wood Dealer.... 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Barber 

Farmer 

Printer 

Farmer 

Painter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Lumber Mill 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Slab Carrier 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 

Mill Hand 



State Street 

Perkins Street. 

Main Street 

Main Street.... 

State Street 

Casper 



Gualala Hotel. 
Lansing Street. 



Main Street. 



Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Valley.... 

Round Valley 

N Eel River 

Round Valley 

Round Valley , 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Summit Valley 

Little Lake Valley. 

Belle Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Bourn's Landing... 

Gualala Mill 

Gualala 

Gualala 

Gualala 

Gualala 



Steen's Landing 

Rough & Ready Ld'g 

Sanders' Mill 

Gualala 



Smith Street 

Perkins Street , 

16 mN Ukiah 

18 m N Ukiah.... 

State Street 

50 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 

Ukiah Street 

Ukiah Street 

Main Street 

65 m SW Ukiah.. 
fmS Ukiah 

7 m SE Ukiah 

8 m N Ukiah 

63 m N Ukiah 

40 m N Ukiah ... . 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah... . 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah...., 

65 mN Ukiah.... 
75 mN Ukiah.... 
25 m NE Ukiah... 
14 m SW Ukiah.., 

21m N Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 m SW Ukiah.. 
77 m SW Ukiah.. 
77 m SW Ukiah.. 
70 mSW Ukiah.. 

66 m SW Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah., 



Cony's Cove. 



Navarro Mill... 
Big River Mill 
Big River Mill 
Big River Mill , 
Big River Mill , 
Big River Mill 



62 m 
62 m 
56 m 
59 m 
59 m 
54 m 

54 m 

55 m 
55 m 
54 m 
54 m 
54 m 
58 m 
50 m 
45 m 
45 m 
45 m 
45 m 
45 m 



SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah., 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah. 
SW Ukiah., 
SW Ukiah.. 
SW Ukiah., 
W Ukiah... 
W Ukiah... 
W Ukiah... 
W Ukiah... 
W Ukiah. . . 
W Ukiah... 



Ukiah City. 
Booneville. 
Booneviiie. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Cloverdale. 
San el. 

Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Porno. 
Centreville. 
Ukiah City. 
Casper. 
Casper. 
Gualala. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Punta Arenas 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Willitsville. 
Booneville. 
Centreville. 
Centreville. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Gualala. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Gualala. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Cony's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Miller. 
Navarro. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 



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266 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIEECTOKY OF 



Name. 



Sweitzer G 

Sheridan M 

Slaburg J 

Schiler A 

Suekforth J 

Smith J 

Smith E 

Stewart D K 

Stacy "W 

SASS O D F 

Schrapp J 

Stickney E 

STILWELL JOS... 

Smith J 

Switzer A 

Switzer P 

Shook H 

Smith Geo 

SMITH WM 

Stone T 

Smith C 

Stevenson Geo , 

SARGEANT R W 

Simons C , 

Schroader H 

Snider J 

Stanley J M 

SON D 

Snell J 

Simonson O 

Southard Wm 

Seward A 

Stevans S , 

Starkey A 

Sage A 

Smalley J 

Sells F B 

Snider J 

Sturdybeggar D 

Solomon A 

Schwind J .. 

Stubblefield E , 

Snuffins A 

Snuffins L S 

Shoemaker J W 

Stevans "W 

Stockwell M V 

SEVERANCE H.... 

Sukeforth E G 

Sander Geo 

Swanson P 

Seavy H B 

Seymour Fred 

STEVENS I 

Spearin L 

Short Z A 

Smith Capt F 

ShultzP , 

Silvie V 

Sansberry J 

Sansberry P 

Smith M T 

Stevens S S , 

Schlachter J 

Spaulding G S 

Spencer I) , 

Spencer G 

Stewart "W 

Standley H 

Standley E 

Struss Peter , 

Smith JP 



Occupation. 



Mill Hand 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Poreman 

Parmer 

Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Laborer 

Brewery 

Saloon 

Parmer 

Farmer 

Farmer. .. , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Parmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Hotel Prop 

Mill Supt 

Lumber Piler.... 

Barker 

Mail Contractor 

Farmer 

Postmaster 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Mariner 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer..../ 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Carpenter 

Brewer 

Photographer ... 

Teamster 

Laborer 

Watchman 

Hotel Prop 

Butcher - . 

Farmer 

Trader 



Place of Business 



Big Eiver Mill 



Coffy's Cove . 
Navarro Mill 



Navarro Eidge. 
Navarro Eidge . 
Pine Grove , 



Ten Mile Eiver. 



Eel Eiver 

Long Valley . 
Long Valley. 



Sherwood Valley. 
Sherwood Valley.. 
Sherwood Valley. 



Little Lake Valley. 



Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 
Anderson Valley E'd 

Heeser Eoad 

Heeser Eoad 

Heeser Eoad 

Heeser Eoad 

Canyon Eoad 

Junct Coast & Val Ed 

Navarro Eiver 

Navarro Eiver 

Navarro Eiver 

Noyo Eiver 

Noyo Eiver.. 

Coast Eoad 

Coast Eoad 

Gualala Hotel 



UkiahEoad 

Sanel Valley , 

Knight's Valley. 



Eesldence. 



45 m W Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah.... 
60 m SW Ukiah.... 

55 m SW Ukiah.... 
50 m SW Ukiah.... 
54 m SW Ukiah..., 
54 m SW Ukiah..., 
50 m SW Ukiah... 
50 mSW Ukiah..., 
48 m NW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah.. 
41 m NW Ukiah... 
41 m NW Ukiah... 
75 m NW Ukiah... 
78 m NW Ukiah... 
78 m NW Ukiah... 

80 m NW Ukiah.. 

81 m NW Ukiah.. 
89 m NW Ukiah.. 
93 m NW Ukiah.. 

56 mNW Ukiah.. 

56 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
50 m NW Ukiah.. 
36 m NW Ukiah.. 
30 m NW Ukiah... 
30 m NW Ukiah.. 
30 m NW Ukiah.., 
25 m NW Ukiah.. 
22 m NW Ukiah.. 
18 m NW Ukiah... 

9 m SW Ukiah 

16£ mSW Ukiah.. 
20 m SW Ukiah .., 
22 m SW Ukiah... 
22 m SW Ukiah ... 
25 mSW Ukiah... 
25 m SW Ukiah..., 
27 m SW Ukiah.... 
30 m SW Ukiah.... 
30 m SW Ukiah... 
20 m SW Ukiah...., 
5 m NW Ukiah.... 

5 mNW Ukiah.... 

6 m NW Ukiah.... 

10 m NW Ukiah... 
6 m N Cloverdale.. 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

57 m NW Ukiah... 
56 m NW Ukiah... 

45 m W Ukiah , 

45 m W Ukiah 

60 m SW Ukiah... 

Ukiah Street 

Ukiah Street 

Main Street 

65 m SW Ukiah.... 
65 m SW Ukiah.... 



Mend'o City. 
Miller. 
Miller. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Navarro E. 
Navarro E. 
Navarro E. 
Navarro E. 
Navarro E. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Cab to. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 
Sherwood V. 
Sherwood V. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Booneville. 
Christine. 
Christine. 
Booneville. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Cloverdale. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Navarro. 
Noyo. 
Noyo. 

Little Eiver. 
Little Eiver. 
Gualala. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
65 m SW Ukiah Punta Arenas 



Town or 
Post Office 



65 m SW Ukiah. 
65 m SW Ukiah. 
55 m SW Ukiah. 
65 m SW Ukiah. 
65 m SW Ukiah. 

Bridge Street 

17 m SE Ukiah ., 

Main Street 

9mSE Ukiah.... 



Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Mend'o City. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Ukiah City. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



267 



Name. 



Scott A 

Sanders Wm 

Smith Mrs N 

Sloper Jas 

Sturtevant J H 

Shelton M 

Smedlev H 

SULLIVAN L S 

Spencer Geo 

Short J 

Schneider C P 

Smith Leonard 

Son C J 

Street C V 

SMITH W T 

SIMPSON & WHITE- 
SIMPSON JP 

Smith Mrs J 

Stewart C 

Tinnel 

TONEY J O 

TONEY S F 

TOWNSEND F O 

THOMPSON D 

Thompson F 

Thompson J 

Thomas J 

Thornton J ; .. 

Thomas 

Tift Wm 

Triplett H O 

Teitz G 

Tongue J 

Thompson 

Tomelson J 

TaylorS H 

Thurston E T 

Tucker M 

Turner M L 

Tuttle D 

Thomas J 

THOMAS Q W 

Thomas J J 

Taylor Jas 

Toney S 

TRABER O P 

Taylor J 

Tarwater K 

Traver J W 

Tinnican G 

Thompson John 

Todd J 

Thomas J 

Thompson 

THOMPSON BROS 

THOMPSON W H H.. 

THOMPSON A W 

Tindal C 

TUTTLE F Gr 

TUTTLE L O 

TOWNSEND JAS 

Tierney Thos 

Thomas M 

Taylor J 

TOMLINSON W T 

Trout D H 

Tonner T 

Thatcher W W 

Updegraff J 

Underhall J 

UPPS P 

UTTER I 



Occupation. Place of Business. 



Carpenter , 



Carpenter 

Stock Kaiser 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Hotel 

Livery Stable.... 

Farmer 

Furniture 

Butcher 

Saloon 

Feed Stable 

Merchant 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Hotel Proprietor 

Chute Prop 

Farmer 

Sheep Kaiser 

Sheep Raiser 

Sheep Kaiser 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Teamster 

Engineer 

Bark Dealer 

Farmer 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Prop Grist Mill. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Lumber Piler.... 



Miner 



Variety Store. 
Variety Store.. 
Variety Store . 

Clerk 

Hotel Prop 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Watchman.... 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Livery Stable. 

Teacher 

Laborer 

Merchant , 

Farmer 

Wheelwright- 
Farmer 

Farmer 



40 m N Ukiah. 



State Street.. 
Main Street. 



State Street 

State Street 

Standley Street... 

Main Street 

Potter Valley 

Cahto Valley 

Cahto Valley 

Coast Road 

Coast Road 

Ukiah Valley 

Scott Valley 

Scott Valley 

Eden Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Anderson Valley 
Potter Valley 



Sanders' Mill. 
Gualala Mill , 



Coffv's Cove 
Coffy's Cove 



Long Valley. 
Long Valley. 
Long Valley. 



Sherwood Valley... 
Little Lake Valley. 



Anderson Valley... 
Little Lake Valley. 

Navarro Mill 

Coast Road 



State Street 

State Street 

State Street , 

State and Perkins... 
Little Lake Valley. 
Sherwood Valley... 

Noyo River , 

Noyo River 



Main Street. 



Main Street.... 
Round Valley. 



Little Lake Valley. 
Little Lake Valley. 



Residence. 



Morris Street.. 
Perkins Street. 



State Street 

Main Street 

State Street 

Main and Perkins 

Perkins Street 

Pine and Henry... , 

Ukiah House , 

Main Street 

16 m N Ukiah 

16m N Ukiah...... 

45 m N Ukiah ..... 

45 mN Ukiah 

70 m IS" Ukiah 

70 m N Ukiah 

J mN Ukiah 

35 m N Ukiah 

25 m N Ukiah 

45 m N Ukiah , 

65 m N Ukiah.... 

65 m N Ukiah 

65m N Ukiah.... 
28 m SW Ukiah... 

22 mN Ukiah 

24 m IS" Ukiah 

70 mSW Ukiah.. 
74 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
70 m SW Ukiah... 
57 m SW Ukiah... 
57 mSW Ukiah... 
59 mSW Ukiah.., 
55 m SW Ukiah.. 
55 m SW Ukiah... 
91 m NW Ukiah.. 
47 m NW Ukiah.. 
42 m NW Ukiah.. 

38 m NW Ukiah.. 

39 m NW Ukiah.. 
34 m NW Ukiah.. 
30 m NW Ukiah.. 
18 m NW Ukiah .. 
11 m NW Ukiah.. 
22 m SW Ukiah... 

Little Lake 

50 m W Ukiah.... 
50 m W Ukiah.... 
Todd's Addition... 



Main Street. 



State Street 

State Street 

Ukiah House 

22 m N Ukiah ..... 

31 m N Ukiah 

57 m NW Ukiah. 
57 m NW Ukiah. 

Ukiah Street 

Ukiah Street 

65 m SW Ukiah.., 
65 m SW Ukiah... 
65 m SW Ukiah... 

Main Street 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m SW Ukiah... 

23 m NW Ukiah. 
20 m NW Ukiah. 



Town or 
Post Office 



City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 



Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah 
Ukiah 
Ukiah 
Ukiah 
Ukiah 
Ukiah City 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Pomo. 
Porno. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Ukiah City. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Covelo. 
Hermitage. 
Centreville. 
Pomo. 

Punta Arenas 
Fish Rock. 
Punta Arenas 
Gualala 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Manchester. 
Cony's Cove. 
Coffy's Cove. 
Kibesillah. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 
Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 
Willitsville. 
Ukiah City. 
Booneville. 
Willitsville. 
Navarro. 
Little River. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Sherwood V. 
Noyo. 
Noyo. 

Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City. 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
Punta Arenas 
San el. 
Covelo. 
Punta Arenas 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 



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Name. 



Occupation. 



Place or Business. 



Residence. 



Town or 
PostOfeice 



VAN NADER W... 

Yinigerholz H 

Van Ness 

VESSEL J H 

VannJS 

Vesser 

Valentine ¥m 

Vann Mrs M S 

Van Nader J 

Vasser J 

Vanalstein F 

Van Dusen 

VINCENT P 

Vonahnen N 

Whitten R 

Wright B 

Wilson J 

•WRIGHT W 

Wilsey LK 

Wilsey Bros 

WHITE GEO 

"WHITE W P 

Williamson L 

Weiler J , 

WHITE W D 

Weiler J 

WILLIS W E 

Walker F 

WardJ A 

Wallah W 

Waller 

Welle A 

Walker J 

Wenberg A 

Williams J 

Wilbur F 

Williams J 

Williams E C , 

Walsh G 

WHITE ROBT 

Wilson Wm 

Walker D K 

Wolff J 

Wilson Mrs S 

Woodward Wm 

WILLIAMS J 

West C 

t^ilson J M 

WILSON DR R M. 

Woodman G W 

Ward R 

Ward W 

WILLIAMS S 

Wilson R 

Whitney C....... 

Williams E S ....... 

Walker J .; 

Witheral L 

Whipple E , 

Whist C 

WardJ , 

Wallace J 

Wallace L 

Wallace R 

Wilderman J , 

Wallace Wm T 

Woodruff 

Ward Jas 

Ward Jas 

Willey WS 

Wilson J , 

Wiseman J B 



Pro Saw Mill. 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Engineer , 



Summit Valley. 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 



Big River Mill .... 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

McDowell Valley. 



Carpenter 

Wagon Maker.. 

Cook 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Sheep Raiser.... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Livery Stable... 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Picket Sawyer.. 
Lumber Piler... 

Lighterman 

Lighterman 

Mill Hand 

Engineer 

Superintendent. 

Mill Hand.. 

Merchant 



Little Lake Valley. 

Casper 

Ukiah Valley 

Redwood Valley.... 
Redwood Valley.... 

Finney Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 

Round Valley , 

Round Valley 

Round Valley 



Ukiah Valley 

Ukiah Valley 

Round Valley 

Anderson Valley 
Anderson Valley 
Belle Valley 



Farmer. 
Farmer. 



Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Navarro Mill 

Big River Mill ... 
Big River Mill ... 
Big River Mill ... 
Big River Mill ... 

Cahto Valley 

Coast Road 

Eel River , 

Eel River , 

Ten Mile Valley. 



Farmer , 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 



32 m NE Cahto. 



Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer , 

Farmer , 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Head Planer. 

Laborer 

Engineer 

Carpenter.... 

Planer 

Laborer 

Laborer 



6 m N Cahto. 
8 m N Cahto. 
4 m N Cahto. 
Long Valley. 
Long Valley., 
Long Valley. 



Sherwood Valley. 



Anderson Valley.. 
Anderson Valley. 
Anderson Valley. 
Anderson Valley . 
Anderson Valley. 
Anderson Valley. 
Anderson Valley. 
Anderson Valley. 

Heeser Road 

Navarro Mill 

Bourn's Landing. 

Gualala Mill , 

Gualala Mill , 

Gualala Mill , 

Bourn's Landing . 
Bourn's Landing. 



75 mN Ukiah 

59 mSW Ukiah 

59 mSW Ukiah 

67 m NW Ukiah 

75 mNW Ukiah 

45 mNW Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

23 m N Ukiah 

18 mN Ukiah , 

17 m SE Ukiah 

Todd's Addition 

Perkins Street 

22 mN Ukiah 

50 mNW Ukiah , 

2m S Ukiah 

11 m N Ukiah 

11 m N Ukiah 

24 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

24 mS Ukiah 

4£ m SE Ukiah 

3 m SE Ukiah 

65 m N Ukiah 

24 m SW Ukiah 

28 m SW Ukiah 

14mSW Ukiah 

14 m N Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m W Ukiah 

45 m N Ukiah 

45 m NW Ukiah 

50 m NW Ukiah 

49 m NW Ukiah 

52 m NW Ukiah 

70 mNW Ukiah 

76 m NW Ukiah 

75 mNW Ukiah 

50 m NW Ukiah 

52 m NW Ukiah 

48 mNW Ukiah 

49 mNW Ukiah 

49 m NW Ukiah 

m NW Ukiah 

36 m NW Ukiah 

30 m NW Ukiah 

2jm N Ukiah 

15jmSW Ukiah 

20 m SW Ukiah 

25 mSW Ukiah 

30 m SW Ukiah , 

m SW Ukiah 

22mSW Ukiah 

22 m SW Ukiah 

22 m SW Ukiah 

13 mNW Ukiah 

50 m W Ukiah 

87 m SW Ukiah 

70 m SW Ukiah 

70 m SW Ukiah 

70 m NW Ukiah 

77 m SW Ukiah 

77 m SW Ukiah 



Covelo. 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Noyo. 

Kibesillah. 

Cahto. 

Mend'o City 

Centreville. 

Pomo. 

Sanel. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Willitsville. 

Casper. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Willitsville. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Covelo. 

Cloverdale. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Covelo. 

Hermitage. 

Hermitage. 

Booneville. 

Pomo. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Navarro. 

Mend'o City 

Mend'o City. 

Mend'o City, 

Mend'o City 

Cahto. 

Little River, 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Cahto. 

Sherwood V. 

Ukiah City. 

Ukiah City. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Christine. 

Christine. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Booneville. 

Ukiah City. 

Navarro. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 




P. SCHUTTLER'S FARM WAGON, 







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THE SCHUTTLER WAGON 

he past thirty years has stood at the head of all other makes. Farmers, Freighters, Planters, and 
»ublic in general, should look to their interest and buy the best article, which is always the cheapest in the end. 

MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO., Sole Ag'ts. 

Oor, J and Second Sts., 108 & 110 FKONT, 12 & 14 PINE STS., 

[r-^T'TTTR ] S-A.WT FRANCISCO. 



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HARDWARE AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 



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Deere's Gang Plow. 



The DEERE GANG PLOW— SIMPLE, STRONG, DURABLE. The Deere Gang Plow, 
combining all the qualities that go to make up a perfect implement, will work a revolution in this class of Plow?. Its 
Strength, Durability, Lightness of Draft, Simplicity of Construction, Ease of Management, and Perfect Work, make it, to 
the farmer, the most valuable invention of the age. Send for descriptive circulars. 

Also Sole Agents for Buckeye Grain Drill, John Deere's Moline Plows, Challenge Feed Mills, Bur- 
dick's National Bay Cwtter, Taylor's Sulkey Rakes, Chisel Cultivators, Novelty Mill and Grain 
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Send for Illustrated Catalogue with Price List. 

MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO. 

108 and 110 Front Street, San Francisco. 

Sacramento : cor. J and Second Sts. 



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NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



269 



Name. 



Walker J B 

Warren C 

Warren B F 

WHITE SS 

Wooden J 

Watkins 

Wilson 

Wright L E 

Wright G W 

Welch T 

WELLE & CONWAY. ... 

WELLE F W 

Wallace T 

WILLIAMS G R 

WELLER H L 

Wedges A 

Walker J O 

Wintzer Chas & Co 

Walker Duncan 

Watson K 

Williams S 

Wells Wm 

WhittellDr AP 

White CE 

White E 

Willets W 

Woodward M 

WadeS R 

Whitehor e J 

Walsh A 

Warren F E 

Willard Henry 

Wright Joseph 

Wagonseller N 

Webb Rev J W 

WiseM 

Ward H J 

Wheeler S 

Wurtemberg S 

WHITE W H 

WHITNEY &NESTLER 

WHITNEY W F 

Wilson Wm 

Wattenbarger J 

Wattenbarger S H 

Wattenbarger Jacob 

Wattenbarger Samuel 

Woodrum D L 

WILLITS & JOHNSON.. 

WILLITS H 

Ward J D 

WHIPPLE H E & SONS 

WHIPPLE F A 

WHIPPLE J F 

YORK M 

YOUNG J 

YorkR 

Yokom Mrs M J 

Zobel F 

ZUVER J H 

ZiglerC 



Errata. 

NORTON H L. 
Norton N W 



Occupation. 



Laborer 

Bark Dealer 

Bark Dealer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Laborer 

Saloon 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Merchants 

Teamster 

Teamster 

Foreman 

Engineer 

Physician 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Confectioner 

Minister 

Clerk 

Shipbuilder 

Blacksmith 

Gov Timber Agt 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Fi -mer 

Minister 

Merchant 



Cashier Bank... . 

Prop Mill 

Merchant Tailor 
Harness Man'frs 
Harness Man'fr. 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Carpenter 

Mechants 

Merchant 

Saloon 

Merchants 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 



Laborer... 
Merchant 
Farmer. .. 



Prop Aq Yit Sp. 
Farmer 



Place of Business. 



Steen's Landing. 

Gualala Mill 

Gualala Mill 



Cony's Cove.. 
Coffy's Cove.. 
Navarro Mill. 



June Coast & Val Ed 

Coast Eoad 

Casper 

Casper Mill 



Main Street... 
Albion River- 
Albion River.. 



Sanel Valley. 
Sanel Valley. 
State Street... 



State Street. 



State Street 

State Street , 

State Street 

Standley Street 

Standley Street 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Potter Valley 

Little Lake Valley. 
Little Lake Valley. 
Cahto Valley 



Ukiah Valley 

Little Lake Valley. 



Miller 

Ukiah Valley. 



Little Lake Valley. . 
Little Lake Valley.. 



Residence. 



69 m SW Ukiah.., 

70 m SW Ukiah... 
70 m SW Ukiah... 

58 mSW Ukiah.. 

59 m SW Ukiah. 
59 m SW Ukiah.. 

59 m SW Ukiah.., 

60 m SW Ukiah.. 
60 m SW Ukiah.. 
60 m SW Ukiah.. 
55 m SW Ukiah.. 
55 mSW Ukiah ... 
50 m SW Ukiah.. 
45 m NW Ukiah. 
76 m NW Ukiah. 
79 m NW Ukiah. 
82 m NW Ukiah. 
45 m W Ukiah. .., 
70 m NW Ukiah. 
50 m NW Ukiah., 
50 m NW Ukiah., 
Ukiah Street 



48 m W Ukiah.. 
48 m W Ukiah.. 
65 m SW Ukiah. 
65 m SW Ukiah 
65 m SW Ukiah. 
65 mSW Ukiah. 
Lansing Street.... 

Ukiah Street 

15 m SE Ukiah .. 
16mSE Ukiah... 
State Street 



Church Street 
State Street ... 



State Stieet. 



State Street 

16 m NW Ukiah. 
16 m NW Ukiah. 
16 m NW Ukiah. 

16 m N Ukiah 

16 mN Ukiah 

16 m N Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah 

22 m N Ukiah.. .. 
70 m NW Ukiah. 
m NW Ukiah., 
70 m NW Ukiah.. 
1 m NE Ukiah.... 
22 m NW Ukiah.. 
32 m SW Ukiah... 

Perkins Street 

71m SW Ukiah... 
60 m SW Ukiah... 
m SE Ukiah ... 



20 m NW Ukiah . 
20 m NW Ukiah. 



Town or 
Post Office 



Pun ta Arena 

Gualala. 

Gualala. 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Manchester. 

Ma cheater. 

MiPer. 

Miller. 

Mil'ei. 

Cony's Cove. 

Cony's Cove. 

Navarro R. 

Mend'o City 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Kibesillah. 

Navarro. 

Kibesillah. 

Casper. 

O^per. 



City. 
City. 



Me id' 
Mend'o 
Albion, 
Albion. 
Pun ta Arenas 
Punta Arena 
Punta Arena 
Pun ia Arenas 
Mend'o City. 
Mend'o City 
Sanel. 
Sanel. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Ukiah City. 
Porno. 
Porno. 
Porno. 
Porno. 
Porno. 
Porno. 
Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 
Cahto. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Kibesillah. 
Ukiah City. 
Willitsville. 
Yorkville. 
Ukiah City. 
Fish Rock. 
Miller. 
Ukiah City. 



Willitsville. 
Willitsville. 



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W® Mill, Wwm^w* 



Situated 28 Miles forth of iiab, Men. Co., GaL 



These Springs are located in one of the most beautifully romantic spots 
in the entire State. The little clearing immediately about them is completely 
shut in by a dense, primeval forest. Deer and all kinds of smaller game are 
abundant in this vicinity, and well-stocked Trout streams can be found in 
every direction at but a short distance. 



Has been erected near a Sulphur Spring celebrated as a remedial agent, and 
near it is a Soda Spring, yielding, without question, 

THE BEST HATTOAL SODA WATEE 

Of any Spring in the State. 

MR. BAKER bestows the best of care upon visitors, and renders 
their stay there very pleasant. Everything considered, we know of no 
more delightful spot for a few weeks* holiday than the above. 



Norris' Stage leaves Ukiah every Monday and 
Thursday for Covelo, calling here; and returning, 
reaches here each Thursday and Saturday on its way 
to Ukiah. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 271 



D. BEADLE. A. CHALFANT. 



CHALFANT 



* 



DEALERS IN 



General Merchandise, 

POINT AHEUA, MEN. CO. CAL. 

m 0m i m 

Constantly on hand a Choice Assortment of 

Dry Goods, Qrocaries and Pmrais.Boots and Shoes 

HATS AND GAPS, WILLOW WARE, WOODEN WARE, 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, HARDWARE, 

Canned Fruits, 

Gentlemen's and Ladies' Furnishing G-oods of all kinds, 

STOVES, NOTIONS, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER, 
PAINTS AND OILS. 



Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce. 

We are also the Proprietors of Point Arena Wharf, 
and keep always on hand a large stock of Ties, Posts, 
and Framing Timber, as well as a full assortment of 
all descriptions of Dressed Lumber. 



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Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 




GENERAL 

[IS 

COR. MAIN & HOWARD STS. 

OOVELO, MENDOCINO 00., GAL. 




g> 4VU,@) 



Notary Public, Conveyancer 

4USTJCB Of THE PEACE. 

Records Searched and Titles Eiamined. 



Wm. Steen 




SEVEN MILES 

S. E. of Point Arena, 

Men. Co., Oal. 



Mr. Steen is now prepared to 

LOAD SCHOONERS, 

Also to take contracts for furnishing 

WOOD, BARK, POSTS, &c. 




S. W. MOORE & CO. 



G^Wo. 420^3 
8ANSOME STREET 

(near clay) 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

♦♦« 

TIMOTHY, ALFALFA, 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to. 



SEVAN VINCENT, 

607 Sansome Street, 

Bet. Washington and Jackson, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



THE WELL-KNOWN SEED-GROWER, 



SEVIN VINCENT, 



Established in California since 1850, 

Is enabled to warrant all his seeds to 
grow, and " true to name," having the 
advantage of raising his own garden 
seeds, thus enabling him to sell cheap- 
er than any other seedsman on the 
Pacific Coast. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 



Grass, Ckw, Alfalfa and Field Seeds, 

ALSO 

FLOWER SEEDS, DUTCH FLOWERING BULBS, 



SB3ST33 r-OR CATALOGUE. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



'••272 



Francis &Valentine, 



The Largest and Leading 



^ki7, 







-I 



34% 



oto ^Uxmttxsf 



ON THE PACIFIC COAST, 



517 Clay and 514 Commercial Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Mammoth Poster Establishment. 



i% 



Resigns ^urnismed rem ||ngravings. 



PRINTING of Every Style and Description 
at Short Notice and Reasonable Prices. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



273 



INTERNATIONAL HOTEL 

824 & 826 Kearny Street, 



Bet. Washington and Jackson, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 




The INTERNATIONAL has just removed to this large, 
new and beautiful Hotel, on Kearny Street, and is 

NEWLY FURNISHED 

WITH FIEST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS. 



o o ^_ o iei e s , 



With the name of the Hotel thereon, will convey Passengers to the Hotel FREE. 



Board per Day, $1.50 and $2.00, according to Room. 



H. C. PATRIDGE, Proprietor. 



35 



274 



It. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OP 




imrawoN 

Below Montgomery, 



IW< 



The Proprietor, Gk BURKHARDT, who is long 
and favorably known to the public of San Francisco, 
respectfully solicits their patronage at his new esta- 
blishment, and calls their attention to the following 
List of Prices : 



Fine French Calf Boots, made to Order, from 
Box-Toed Gaiters, made to Order, from - 
Oxford Tie Shoes, made to Order, from 
Boy's Boots made to Order 



- $8 00 to $12 00 

6 00 to 8 50 

- 4 00 to 7 00 
5 00 



A Large and Fine Assortment of Boots and Shoes 
always on hand. None but my own made goods sold at 
my establishment. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



275 



MTt^lOjSRO. 





3tarW Cailnrs, 





AND DEALERS IN FINE 




READY-MADE CLOTHING 

Furnishing Goods, Etc. 



BELOW MONTGOMERY, 



276 



Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTORY OF 




WARBROOMS: 

310 PINE STREET, above Pacific Bank; 

717 MARKET ST., near Third, tip stairs. 






THE FITTING OF STORES AND OFFICES 

AND THE MANUFACTURE OF 

i@® Beaks ail Beek C~~- 

SPECIALTIES. 



i^v«yv ksi 



WRITING TABLES, SHOW CASES AND ALL KINDS OF CABINET WORK 



SSlkOiES 1*© 0HSEB 



BANKS, INSURANCE AND PUBLIC OFFICES 

IN A SUPERIOR STYLE OP WORKMANSHIP, AT REASONABLE RATES. 



"We "would respectfully refer parties to specimens of our -work in the Han of 
Records, Santa Rosa ; Lake County Bank, Lakeport; Santa Rosa Bank, Santa Rosa. 



We would solicit an opportunity of estimating and figmrmi 
on specifications for work of this character. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



277 







i 



•tpjjj 



519, 531 and 533 



AND 



122 and 124 LEIDESDORFF STREET, 



Near Montgomery and California Streets, 



<=>< 






P<=> 



THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FURNISHED ROOMS 

WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. 



Single Rooms, 50c. per night. 

Double Hoom, $1.00 per night. 



-•-•-♦- 



The Souse has been thoroughly renovated, and is considered 
to be one of the BEST HOTELS IN THE STATE. 

FREE COACH connected with the House. 

Q^TRY IT ONCE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS COME AGAIN. ^£) 



MOTTO: CLEANLINESS! POLITENESS! GOOD MEALS! COMFORT! 



J. 12. SLIKTKEY, Proprietor. 



278 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



John Kelly, Jr. 



Jacob Andrews. 




ADJOINING THE NEW MERCANTILE LIBRARY, 
BETWEEN MONTGOMERY and SANSOME STREETS, 



te:fl:m:s, 



$2.00 :p:e:fl id-A/y". 



As this old and Popular Hotel has been greatly enlarged and 
re-fitted during the last year, we invite our old friends and the 
public to give us a call. Our Table will be second to none in this 
city, and our price is very reasonable. The Hotel Coach carries 
passengers to the Hotel free of charge. The City Front and Lone 
Mountain Cars pass our door to and from the Boats every three 
minutes. 



V 



PROPRIETORS. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



279 



^]pmm&^> 




VIEWS OF BUILDINGS, 

MACHINERY, PORTRAITS, 

SEALS, AUTOGRAPHS, 

MAPS, PAPER HEADINGS, 
TINTED ENVELOPES, 

MONOGRAMS, CATALOGUE 

And BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Designs and information given free of charga on application, by mail or otherwise. Parties living at a distance can 
have engravings made by sending a photograph of the article or sketch on paper, and they may rely on the work being 
done with promptness and in a satisfactory manner. 



POR BEAUTY OP DESIQN AND CAREFUL EXECUTION. 

OefllS Ml f IIAfEIOAL SIQW BILL Will 

J± SPBOIAL.TT. 

Particular attention given to 

COLORED WORK, RAILROAD HEADINGS, ETC. 



528 CALIFORNIA STREET, ROOM 14, SAN FRANCISCO. 



280 



L. Ii. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



W. 1, ©AEEAff 



S> 




BRASS AND BELL FOUNDER, 

MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF 

Church and Steamboat Bells and Gongs, 

BRASS CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS, 

HYDRAULIC PIPES AND NOZZLES FOR MINING PURPOSES, 
C3r£*,i"i*£ttt ? js Improved Journal IVIotftX, 

ROOTS 9 BLAST BLOWERS. 

Importer of Iron Pipe and Malleable Iron Fittjngs, all kinds of Ship Work and 
Composition Nails at Lowest Rates. Manufacturer and Proprietor of 

HOOKER'S DIRECT-ACTING STEAM PUMP. 




Acknowledged to be the best and simplest Steam Pump known or manufactured in the United States. 
After over four years' use in the Mines, Feeding Boilers, Fire purposes, Irrigating, &c, has proved itself the Best and 
most Reliable Pump in the market. It has no Tappets or Tappet Arms, Valve Rods, Eccentrics, or any complex or outside 
gear whatever. Its working parts are few and simple; are covered and protected, and cannot be broken. It occupies 
less space than any other Pump of the same capacity; all the working parts are easy of access, and can be readily examined 
and replaced: an important desideratum in a Pump. It will Run Easter or Slower than any other pump, and is 
warranted to start at any point in its stroke. It is the Simplest, Cheapest and Best Pump Made, very compact, and 
from 10 to 50 percent, heavier than any other pump of the same capacity, making it the Best Mining Pump in the Market. 



Foundry, Cor. Fremont and Hatoma Sts., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



281 




HOOKER'S (NEW STYLE) 

DOUBLE-ACTING 

SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP. 

This Pump received the highest premium awarded at the last Mechanics' Fair — 

A SILVER MEDAL. 

Adapted to Hand or any other Power. 

The Best Surface Well or Windmill Pump ever 

made. 

Any Person can Repair them. 

SIMPLE, COMPACT AND DURABLE. 
Throws a Constant Stream. Both Suction and Force. 

The Valves are so placed as to he examined with the 
least trouble. 

These Pumps are especially recommended fob Surface Wells, and as a Wind- 
mill Pump are ahead of anything ever offered to the public. 

HOOKER'S PUMPS are the Most Simple, Durable and Economical ever sold 
in California. 



Prices New Double-Acting Suction and Force Pumps. 



No. 


Size of 
Cylinder. 

V/ 2 in. 
3 in. 


Stroke. 

7 in. 
7 in. 


Cap. per hour 
at 40 strokes 
per minute. 


Suction 
required. 


Discharge. 

1 in. 

1M in. 


Price. 

$25 00 
32 00 


With cross 
head and 
slide. 


1 

2 


625 gals. 
1,015 gals. 


V4 in. 
l^in. 


$28 00 
35 00 



HOOKERS 

IMPROVED 



H@®p Well Put; 



w® 



PATENT APPLIED FOR. 



The Cheapest and Best Pump in the Market. Oven* 5,000 
in nse in California alone; any person can Repair 
them. No planks, no supports, no braces are re- 
quired. Every Pump complete in itself. 

These Pumps are working in Wells 140 Feet Deep. Any person can 
Repair them. They are also equally as well adapted in SURFACE 
WELLS, and their 'low price commends them to general use. As a 
DOMESTIC PUMP, about the Farm or Garden, the3 r have no Superior, 
being equally well adapted for Hand, Windmill or Steam Power. 

The inventor has lately made several important improvements in 
their construction, added Brass Valve Seats and Spindles, and Vulcan- 
ized Rubber Puppet Valves, and Elastic Piston Packing, to compensate 
for wear in the cylinder. The body of the Pump is made in one casting, 
without chambers or joints of any kind. The working cylinders are sub- 
merged and cannot rust, while the plunger needs no "priming," (as in 
the case of Suction Pumps), for, being under the surface, they 

Are always Ready to bring the Water. 





CASH 


PRICES 


—DEEP WELL. PUMP. 




No. 


Size of 
Cylinder. 


Stroke. 


Cap. per hour, 40 strokes 
per min. 


Price. 


1 

2 


3 
4 


10 
10 


725 galls. 
1,300 galls. 


$20 00 
25 00 



MANUFACTURED BY 



W. T. GARRATT, 

Cor. Fremont and Natoma Sts., 
SAN FRANCISCO. 




36 



282 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOBY OF 



W. I. TUSTIN'S PATENT 



First Premmm Wind-Mills and Hofse -Powers. 

The Simplicity and Perfection of these Machines is the result of 25 years' experience in California. 



ECONOMY 

•WIND-MILL. 





n£te i •** <*'- 




93 



r -1 a ° • 

» 3 3 



I II la 



The Economy at Work. _, ., . , 

These powers are designed 

for all purposes, such as pump- 
ing water for irrigation, water- 
ing stock, chopping feed, 
churning, sawing wood, run- 
ning machinery for manu- 
facturing, mechanical or other 
purposes. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS AND PRICE LISTS. 
FACTORY, COR. OF MARKET AND BEAL STS., SAN FRANCISCO. 

"W. I. TUSTIN. 




NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



283 



filiOBB DBON WOBK 



143 and 145 FKEMONT ST., SAN FKANCISCO. 



For simplicity, durability and rapidity of ac- 
tion, these machines have no equal, cutting from 
3,500 to 4,000 per hour. They are now used 
by all the principal millmen on the Pacific Coast. 



PRICE, complete, with One Saw, $450.00. 





The inventor refers to the following parties who have 
these machines in use: 

Macpherson & Wetherbee San Francisco. 

Pope & Talbot 

Hanson & Co Redwood City. 

Pice & Halliburton Woodside. 

Harrington & Co Pescadero. 

Pacific Shingle Co Boca, Cal. 

A. Saunders Point Arena. 

A. H. Davis & Son Carson City, Nev. 

S. P. Pharis Woodside. 



HIOI 

PORTABLE 

SAW MILL 

These mills are built in the strongest, most 
durable and workmanlike manner, and are ca- 
pable of driving any size saw up to 64 inches. 
They are furnished with improved friction feed 
and gig back, both being operated by the same 
lever, no belt being used to gig back. 

They are capable of cutting from 

8,000 to 12,000 feet per day. 



STEAM ENGINES, 
SAW MILLS AND SAW MILL MACHINERY 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

ZE^i.i^.isriisrQ-, 
LATH AND PICKET MACHINES 

Mado to order at short notice. 



if 1 . -5l. HXJJsrociKrca-TOKr, 

143 and 145 Fremont Street, San Francisco. 



284 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIBECTOKY OF 



O. P. Sheffield. 



N. W. Spaulding. 



J. Patterson. 




\fa, Saw 



ytiU 




17 and 19 FREMONT STREET. 




B.BAFX! 



MOWING SECTIONS 
Planing Knives, Curriers' Knives, 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

ON HAND and MADE TO ORDER 



REPAIRING OF ALL KIPS DONE AT SHORT NOTICE, 



PACIFIC SAW MANUFACTURING CO. 

17 and 19 Fremont Street, San Francisco. 






[fill 



SAW SMITHING AND REPAIRING 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

Nos. 17 and 19 Fremont Street, near 
Market, San Francisco, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

SPAULDING'S 
INSERTED TOOTH 




CIRCULAR SAWS. 

THEY HATE PROYED TO BE THE 

Cheapest, Most Durable and Economi- 
cal Saws in the "World. 

DUPLICATE TEETH $1 each. 

All saws sold or work done, warranted. 
1&~ Send for Illustrated Circular and Price List. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



285 




DESIGNING, 



CngraningiEiflngrapliing 




•HVa«MBBT BT ^ 



w~ 



Cor. of Sutter, 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



MtMti&jB 



Certificates of Stock, Mining Views, Cads, 



AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 



( 



TAL AND COMMERCIAL WORK 



-z=^ *)&&)& 



3g ^0 (0 $5 3^ 3g Jj 



286 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OP 



WATERHOUSE & LESTER, 



IMPORTERS OF 




gjjfc 



And all kinds of 



COACH, CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIALS. 




C3 



f^3 



hj | 


90 


t=3 


p 1 


-H 


P=-» 


* 1 


CO 

■H 
m 
m 

CO 


cro 




-o 






so 


fer 


• 


35 


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C<2 



CO 



_A. ZF-TTIjIIi UHXTIE OIF 1 



CARRIAGE HARDWARE & MALLEABLES 

SARVEN PATENT WHEELS 

Buggy, Carriage and Express Bodies 
AND CARRIAGE EIVETS. 

s 

Exclusive Sale on the Pacific Coast for 

CLARKE'S ADJUSTABLE 

CARRIAGE UMBRELLA 




£11 SI 



ma&w 



"Which is Cheaper, Lighter and Pleasanter than a Buggy- 
Top, and can be ADJUSTED in an instant ; 



WOQLSS7 ? S 



Nos. 122 and 124 Market Street, and 19 and 21 California Street, 

SAUST FRANCISCO 5 

17, 19 and 21 SEYENTH STREET, between I and J, SACRAMENTO. 



NEW YOKE OFFICE, 121 and 123 FEONT ST., NEW YOKE. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



287 



fllAi 



MMSlMMS 

IMPOBTBES AND ■WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

HARDWARE AND MACHINERY, 

Agricultural Implements, 

Portable Engines, Mining Goods, Belting, Farm Wagons, Mills, Etc., Etc. 

WOOD AND IRON-WORKING MACHINERY, 

Water Wheels, Steam Pumps, Miners', Engineers' and Mechanics' Tools, Shelf 

Hardware, Rope, Nails. Hose, Fuse, Felt, Packing, and 

Mill Supplies Generally, 

MARKET STREET, Head of Front, SAN FRANCISCO. 




RUSSELL'S THRESHERS, with Lanfenberg's Patent End-Shake Shoe, took the Premium at the last 
State Fair, and is the best Thresher in the world. 

HOADLEY'S ENGINES. — These Engines, for Threshing and other purposes, stand unrivalled and un- 
approachable ; over six hundred sold and no word of complaint. 

TREAD WELL'S SINGLE-GEAR HEADERS. 

These Headers have proved the lightest running and best made machine ever introduced into California. 

WHITEWATER WAGONS 

AND 

HEADER TRUCKS. 

These "Wagons are having a great 
run, being mado especially for this 
climate, and are on hand. 

Cook, Rymes & Co's Hoisting Engines, for Mines, Ships, Pile-Driving ; they are made at the original shop ; 
the best hoists in use. N. Y. Safety Engines, from Two to Ten Horse-Power; they are combined on one bed ; semi- 
portable; they are beauties. Blake's Steam Pumps— These Pumps are celebrated; all sizes. Stnrtevant'a 
Blowers are in general use for blasts. Belting— Best Leather and Rubber. Felting— Made of hair; generally 
used, and a great saving in fuel. Steam Ganges— Ashcroft's; of all descriptions. Gang Plows— " Victor " and 
Treadwell's Gang; best Gang in California. Pitt's Horse Powers— Mounted and "down." Hardware— General 
Assortment. Rope— California made; all sizes. Nails— Best brands. Woolen Mill Supplies— Everything required 
by Woolen Mills. Mining Goods— All articles pertaining to this business. Saw Mills— Portable; of hest make, 
for transportation. 





288 L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



THE GRANGERS' COPPER-RIVETED 



HORSE H COLLIES 




Farmers and Teamsters, Examine them. 



~»««»«~ 



Horse Collars put together with Copper Rivets will 
outwear two of the ordinary kind, and cost no more. 

FOR SALE BY ALL SADDLERS. 



Manufactured only by 

j® m® itiiiii a em n 

104 & 106 Front Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 





ins, Lashes, Saile Trees, 

MEN'S, BOYS', LADIES' AND KISSES' SADDLES. 




Solo Agents for 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



289 




TIEIZE] 



Hftttlnl Utittttfittif fttg §$* 




@W BAW SEATOI8©®* 




GEO. P. KIMBALL & GO. 



Managers. 



MANUFACTORY : 

COR. FOURTH and BRYANT STREETS. 



_A_ FTTHiIj ASSORTMENT OIF 1 




ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. 



DEPOT OF THEIR CELEBRATED 

PATENT WOOD C SPRING WAGON. 



M^tlWFAOTtlEEmS GP 8 



THE EAGLE HAY PRESS, 
TAYLORS PATENT HARROW, 



■AND THE- 



CALIFOENIA SCRAPER, 



•N-ETSJSJ- THINO 2 



SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICE LISTS. 



37 



290 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIKECTOKY OF 



THE NEW IMPROVED 




Side Feed and Back Feed. 

THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, MOST SIM- 
PLE, AND MOST EASILY OPERATED 
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET. 

in 

If there is a FLORENCE MACHINE 
within one thousand miles of San Fran- 
cisco not working well, I will fix it with- 
out any expense to the owner. 

SAMUEL HILL, Agent, 

No. 19 New Montgomery Street, 

^GKAND HOTEL BUILDING, 
8AK FRAKCt$CO. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 



291 




ZBXJ-3T .A. 

NOISELESS MACHINE 



TIET^/T 1 .A. 



MM Cam lia. 



IN RANGE OP WORK, FINE AND HEAVY, 
THIS MACHINE IS UNEQUALED. 



HOME 



This Machine combines all the points of excellence of the older Machines, and 
for beauty and elegance of finish, it is unsurpassed. It uses a SHUTTLE, a 
STRAIGHT NEEDLE and TWO THREADS ; MAKES THE LOOK STITCH, (alike 
on both sides). 

C^=WE ALSO SELL^^O 



PRICE $40 to $60. 

This Machine has been so -wonderfully improved, that one acquainted with it 
-would not recognize that it "was the same. It SETS FLAT ON THE TABLE, is 
NOISELESS, has been beautified, and for all family purposes it is peerless. 

the -a.:bo-ve apie maiB 

LIGHTEST RUNNING MACHINES IN THE WORLD. 

Call and see them, or send for Circulars and Samples. 



£. W. HAINES, General Agent, 

17 NEW MONTGOMERY ST. (Grand Hotel Building,) 

Actlre Agents wanted everywhere. SAN FRANCISCO- 



292 



Ii. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



IRA P. RANKIN. ALBERT P. BRAYTON. 

PACIFIC IRON WORKS, 

First and Fremont Streets, 

Between Mission and Howard, - - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 




>foa 



Manufacturers of 

II ill IP* (8S g 



toiler 



^ 



QUARTZ, FLOUR, SAW AND SUGAR MILLS, 

Amalgamators, Separators and Crushers, Mining Pimps and Hoisting Works, Water Woeels and Maclinery m Every Description. 

G-. W. FOG-G-, ------- Superintendent. 



Sole Manufacturers and Agents of the 

PRALL Patent Condensing STEAM PUMP, 



The Cheapest and Most Economical Pump in use. 



NAPA, LAKE, SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES. 293 

Linforth, Kellogg & Co. 

3 and 5 Front Street, San Francisco, 

Hardware and Agricultural Implements 

Agents for the Celebrated 

mM^WM, mM,mm i^x«ow 

"Which, being constructed wholly of Iron and Steel, except the pole, and having a 

Centre Draft, and Caster "Wheel Attachment, is conceded to be 

THE BEST PLOW MADE. 

GARDEN dTY CLIPPER PLOWS, 

Made of Cast Steel, rendering them SUPERIOR to any other STEEL PLOW. 
HARROWS and CULTIVATORS 

RUSSELL'S ^^^1-l^f^^^ RUSSELL'S, WOOD'S, 

SELF-EAKE ||B ^^^^^f OUBFER AHD W ° RLD 

REAPER. -^;iip- ._ ;j? MOWEES. 



GENUINE PITTS THRESHERS, 

WITH OR WITHOUT POWERS; 

STIXDEB AKER FARM & SPRING WAGONS, 

Eagle Hay Presses, Rnmsey's Force and Lift Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, 

CHURCH, SCHOOL and FARM BELLS, 

Iron and Steel & Blacksmith Tools, Builders' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools, Nails, Eope, 



WAPA WMMW CO* 1^4 



Manufacturers of the Celebrated 

NAPA / DEPOT IN NAPA FOR 

The Celebrated Studeba- 
ker Wagons ; Garden City 
Clipper Plows; Wood's 
Eagle and Clipper Mow- 
Patented by D. A. Manuel, ^^^^r^^^^ ^^^^mm^p^ n erg . R usse irs Reapers and 

And Oto Agricultural IlIlDleMtS. SPIfS^ J# ,H| Mowers; Pitts Threshers 

v i i t • u *• ! — IGZS^^^^st^^lIiB and Horse Powers ;Haines 

Foundry work and job casting done ^ r- ^^^j^^-^^^^^m^^^z^^^^sms > 

to order. • ^^^ g^B B — "zET - Headers, &c, &c. 

CAST AND WROUGHT SCRAP BOUGHT AT THE FACTORY. 



GANG FLOW 




294 



L. L. PAULSON'S HAND-BOOK AND DIRECTORY OF 



BAKEB A IZiLHOIaTOM, 



13 to 19 FRONT STREET, 
San Francisco. 



9 to 15 J STREET, 
Sacramento. 




MANUFACTORY 



Sweepstake Plow Co. I 



SAN LEANDRO. 



CAUTION. 



We are the only importers of 
the Genuine Buffalo Pitts 
Threshers. There are numer- 
ous imitations, and purchasers 




Pitts « Genuine » Buffalo Thresher. 

should be certain to see that all have our name on them if they desire the genuine. 



The AMES POETABLE and THRESHING ENGINES are 
made with special reference to the requirements of this Coast. 



Our terms are liberal and we are determined not to be undersold. 



Anies Threshing Engine. 



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Sweepstake and Eureka Gang Plows. 

The Sweepstake Plow Co. make the best Gangs in the world. 
Universally esteemed superior to all others. Send for list. 

The Sweepstake Single- 
Gear Headers as sold by 
us are the best in the State. 
The improvements are ad- 
apted to this Coast, and the 
Header is complete in ev- 
ery respect. Made to cut 
from 10 to 24 feet. 




THE "BAIN" WAGON. 



We are sole agents for the 

GENUINE 

Haines Headers. 




Sweepstake Single-Gear Headers. 



The " Bain " is the only 
Wagon which will stand 
the dry climate of Califor- 
nia. Every wagon sold 
gives perfect satisfaction, 
and is a model of neatness 
and beauty, combined with 
strength. 

SEND FOR OUR 

CATALOGUE. 



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Patented Nov. 23d, 1869. Improved Nov. 1873. 

Endorsed by Garnier, Ubassy, Joseph and Cyrille Dion, A. P. Etjdolph, A. Kraker, and 
all the Champions of the World. These cushions are without doubt the best in existence; the most 
reliable for their accuracy, elasticity, and all purposes of scientific play. They -are used exclusively in 
all matches for the championship, and can only be bought at our Warerooms. 

First-Class New Bevel Tables, complete, 10 ft. x 5 $350 and upward. 

9 ft. x 4£ 300 

" " " " " 8 ft. x 4 2- c >0 

" " 7 ft. x 3^ 200 

Bagatelle Tables, each 50 

Pigeon Hole Tables, each lOO 

Jenny Lind " " 150 

BILLIARD GOODS and Trimmings of Every Description. 

m~ THE LARGEST 

BILLIARD HOUSES OBI THE! COAST. €a 

OF ALL SIZES, STYLES AND FINISH, READY FOR DELIVERY. 

Tables repaired, transformed into Bevels, or exchanged. Purchasers will find it greatly to their 
advantage to call and examine our immense stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our facilities for 
manufacturing are such that we have succeeded in bringing the price of Billiard Tables within the 
reach of every lover of the game. 

All Tables of our Manufacture Guaranteed for years. 

TIME SALES ON THE MOST LIBERAL TEB3IS. 

For further particulars send for Catalogue and Price List. 

JACOB STRAHLE & CO., 

53 S Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



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No. 538 WASHINGTON STKEET, 

Below Montgomery, SAN FRANCISCO. 

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GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, 
POWDER FLASKS, GUN MATERIALS, 

RIFLE BAEEELS AND AMMUNITION, 

C3^= Wholesale and Retail =^0 

Guns and Rifles Made to Order, and Repairing of every Description neatly exe- 
cuted, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. 



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